Plate 52
West India Docks

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

Year published

1994

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52

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'Plate 52: West India Docks', Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs (1994), pp. 52. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46607 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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West India Docks

a. No. 5 Warehouse, North Quay, Import Dock, looking north-east in 1935.


West India Docks

Plate 52a: West India Docks
No. 5 Warehouse, North Quay, Import Dock, looking north-east in 1935.

G. Gwilt & Son, architects, 1802–3 (pp. 255, 290). Demolished

b. Round House.


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Plate 52b: West India Docks
Round House.

G. Gwilt & Son, architects, 1804–5 (p. 312)

c. Hibbert Gate, 1803, looking east before 1912 (p. 311).


West India Docks

Plate 52c: West India Docks
Hibbert Gate, 1803, looking east before 1912 (p. 311).

Demolished

d. Former Customs Office, West India Dock Road, 1807–9, under demolition in 1959 (pp. 315–17)


West India Docks

Plate 52d: West India Docks
Former Customs Office, West India Dock Road, 1807–9, under demolition in 1959 (pp. 315–17)

e. Statue of Robert Milligan in 1899.


West India Docks

Plate 52e: West India Docks
Statue of Robert Milligan in 1899.

Richard Westmacott, sculptor, 1809 (p. 311). Demolished