Charlton looked to have snatched three points, ended up with one, but could easily have come away with nothing from this match.
A crazy last eight minutes at Home Park saw three goals and a penalty, as Charlton continued their disappointing run despite a spirited performance.
Wharfers are invited to a Remembrance Day service at the Museum of London Docklands on Tuesday.
The Bishop's Chaplain in Docklands, Rev Fiona Stewart-Darling, will be holding the ceremony between 10:45am and 11:15am to remember the service men and women who died in conflicts.
West Ham play the first of two back-to-back home games when they take on Everton tomorrow afternoon.
The Irons halted their poor run of form with an impressive 1-1 draw at Middlesbrough last Saturday, a game they were unlucky not to win.
Charlton travel to the West Country in desperate need of points on Saturday.
The message from manager Alan Pardew is he will be looking to experienced heads to get the Addicks out of a rut which has seen them win one out of their last nine games.
Millwall kick off their 2008/9 FA Cup campaign with a trip to Chester on Saturday.
The Lions will travel to the Deva stadium with high hopes of securing a place in the second round of the competition, five years after their glorious FA Cup final run.
A planned walkout by 200,000 civil servants has been suspended as officials head back to the table.
Union bosses have delayed strike action until December to allow further talks to take place in a dispute over low pay.
Docklands councillors have delivered a petition to the Prime Minister to save Limehouse Police Station.
Conservatives Tim Archer and Peter Golds of Blackwall and Cubitt Town took the letter, which contained 1,260 signatures from local residents, to Downing Street.
Property prices in the UK have fallen for the twelfth consecutive month, with the price of a typical house now 14.6 per cent lower than at this time last year.
A survey from Nationwide has revealed the number of house purchases per total stock of mortgages, is at its lowest ever level since records began in 1974.
West Ham vice chairman Ausgeir Fridgeirsson has admitted the club could be put up for sale.
Fridgeirsson said the club's owner, Icelandic billionaire Bjorgolfur Gudmunsson, is considering the sale after his business empire was badly hit by the economic crisis.
The O2 is to be transformed into the Circus Maximus when it stages the world premiere of a spectacular show next year.
"Ben Hur Live", a recreation of the Oscar-winning blockbuster film, will be unveiled at the arena on September 15, and it includes a live chariot race.