Tooley Street is a road connecting London Bridge to St Saviour’s Dock. It runs past Tower Bridge on the Southwark/Bermondsey side of the River Thames.
Bermondsey Square is located on Tower Bridge Road, the former the site of Bermondsey Abbey.
Mill Street runs along the east side of St Saviour’s Dock.
Wilson Grove was a renaming of Salisbury Street.
East Lane – formerly a single street – has been split postwar into two sections.
Bermondsey Street was named for the Abbey of St Saviour’s.
Jamaica Road was named after a house which sold limes, oranges and rum.
Bolina Road was developed with workers’ terraced housing in the late 19th century.
Jacob’s Island was a notorious slum in Bermondsey during the 19th century.
The name Bermondsey first appears in a letter from Pope Constantine during the 8th century.