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Wapping greeting cards

Six stunning images of beautiful Wapping landmarks and unique moments are now available to buy as greeting cards. All our cards are blank inside for your own message, individually wrapped and perfect for friends and family for any occasion or celebration.

Wapping greeting cards are also available to buy individually at Cinnamon Coffee Shop and Fresh Foods newsagent in Wapping Lane, Docklands General Store in Wapping Wall and White Mulberries Coffee Shop in St Katharine Docks.

So celebrate Wapping and help support the running of the What’s in Wapping website with these beautiful greeting cards.

A5 Wapping Greeting Cards

Our two larger A5 greeting cards are brand new for 2013:

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Arial view of Wapping and Tower Bridge

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An arial view showing Wapping and Tower Bridge with Wapping where it belongs: as the centre of the universe.

Tobacco Dock pirate ship illuminated at night

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The Tobacco Dock pirate ship is seen beautifully illuminated at night, with reflections on the ornamental canal below.

A6 Wapping Greeting Cards

A6 greeting cards in four designs combine two special Olympic moments with historic landmarks that make Wapping totally unique.

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Napoleonic cannon bollard in Wapping High Street

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Located opposite Phoenix Wharf in Wapping High Street, this c1850′s bollard was made from a Napoleonic cannon with a cannon ball on the top. Bollards were used to keep horses and carts on the road and prevent people on the narrow pavement being killed by them as they turned corners.

Steel bascule bridge at Shadwell Basin

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The red steel bascule bridge at the edge of Shadwell Basin was built in the early 1930′s to replace an existing swing bridge. Small dents are visible on the top left corner, believed to be second World War bomb damage.

Olympic Opening Ceremony fireworks at Tower Bridge

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Incredible fireworks exploded from the raised bascules of Tower Bridge during the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games, marking the official start of the London 2012 Games.

Tower Bridge Paralympic Closing Ceremony fireworks

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Stunning fireworks exploded from Tower Bridge for the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympic Games, creating a giant towering inferno that marked the official end of the London 2012 Games.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a PayPal account to buy online?
No. You can use your PayPal account if you have one, or just enter your credit card details to purchase securely with a credit or debit card through PayPal without having an account.

How and when will you send the cards?
Your greeting cards will be packaged in a strengthened cardboard envelope to protect them and sent by first class Royal Mail within 48 hours (or hand-delivered locally if possible).

How much is packaging and postage?
A flat 99p contribution towards packaging and postage is added to every order, regardless of size.

Can I order bulk quantities or branded versions to send to my clients and partners?
Yes, please get in touch with your requirements here for a quote.

Can I order other combinations of greeting cards and prints?
Yes, please contact us here with your requirements for greeting cards or high quality prints.

Can I see a higher resolution image before ordering photographic prints?
Yes, you can view higher resolution images here.