The Wharfs along the River Thames acquired their iconic titles from a time when these huge working buildings fed straight into London’s ancient super highway – The River Thames. W.H.A.R.F, an acronym of ‘Ware House at River Front’, became a byword for buildings built for enterprise. The MBNA Thames Clipper leaves every 20 minutes at rush hour delivering Canary Wharf commuters into the centre of town, the old fashioned way. Avoid the human traffic and take in the East End’s working docks and Wharfs on London’s public fleet. Hop on at Canary Wharf Pier and off at London Bridge for Bank and The City in just 13 minutes, The London Eye for Waterloo or Chelsea to explore West London. The over-ground DLR snakes around the Docklands every few minutes with direct lines to Bank, Stratford for Westfield Shopping Centre and London City Airport. Its elevated railway gives a unique aspect over the Docklands’ interweaving network of islands and quays. This kinetic London Quarter is also peppered with a respectable ensemble of riverside brasseries, trendy diners like West India quay’s Big Easy and iconic showstoppers such as One Canada Square Restaurant and Bar.
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