Named after the Docklads Light Railway station that whizzes people to and from it, this area is part of the Cubitt Town section of Greater London, sandwiched between the South Quay and Mudchute stations. It’s on the easterly part of the Isle of Dogs district in Tower Hamlets and is home to a busy, bustling community of city-dwellers. You’ll be able to get a taste of real London here because it’s a little off the main tourists tracks. But, despite that, it’s certainly got no shortage of charming, articulate and sensual men, as you’ll find out when you book gay massage in Crossharbour. Everything you’ve ever loved about this exotic treatment is here – the strong, powerful male therapists come in a variety of types, from sizzling brunettes to strapping blonds, and all of them are highly trained and dedicated to what they do. Call Tantric Soul and you’ll find yourself at the gateway to a world of pleasure.
While you’re out and about, exploring the area, why not reflect on its history a little as you go? Cubitt Town was named after William Cubitt who was London’s Lord Mayor in the late 1800s. He did much, especially in terms of job creation, to help the area blossom and expand. Today, gay massage in Crossharbour is in a state of rude health as an industry; there’s a multitude of stunning men here, all ready to soothe and revive your mind and body. You could then take a trip to Cubitt Town Library, an imposing, early 1900s building, to soak up more local history.