Roe's Wharf was situated just south of Britannia Wharf on the Northam shoreline. It was named after William Henry Roe, who in the 1830s and 1840s was a builder, surveyor and coal merchant. He presumably used the wharf for unloading coal.

Roe's Wharf

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Roe’s Wharf. Drawing by an unknown artist, c.1840


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