In 1966 I sailed as Second Mate in the General Steam Navigation Company ship MV Heron which was then on the regular London/Bordeaux run. In Bordeaux we loaded mainly brandy and cognac, bottled and in barrels for discharge at the old London Dock situated just downriver from Tower Bridge. To be exact, the ship normally berthed alongside the North Wall of the Western Dock. Liquor, tobacco and other precious goods were stored in bond in the vaults.Which shipping company transported cognac to London before WWII?
I know that Harrison Line served the West Coast, but I doubt that they also sailed to London.
Which dock in London was used?