One of my plans for the blog is to visit as many Thames stairs, steps and landing places as possible.
This are generally very old places, and provide an interface between the land and the river. Places that have been so important for centuries, but today are often lost, closed, in poor condition, or just places where few people visit.
As I write about these places, I will add them to the following map, which shows the location of each stair, the name, a photo, and a link to the blog post about the stairs.
There are very many of these places on the tidal Thames, but hopefully the locations on the map will gradually grow.