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which pier to utilize?

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which pier to utilize?

tried to find this out on the thames clipper site- but was unsuccessful. i am going to be staying in the royal mews area and want to travel by clipper to greenwich. which pier is suggested?

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1. Re: which pier to utilize?

If you will be staying near Victoria then start your trip down the river from Westminster Pier, with travel time about an hour to an hour and a quarter to Greenwich.

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2. Re: which pier to utilize?

Look at the blue line on the map

www.thamesclippers.com/route-time-table

Actually the clipper for Greenwich is from London Eye Pier. I was on that one 2 years ago, we didn't stop at Westminster Pier.

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3. Re: which pier to utilize?

thanks for the advice, the map helps.

Edited: 16 March 2014, 15:11
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