Plate 89
Public Houses

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English Heritage

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Author

Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

Year published

1994

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Page

89

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'Plate 89: Public Houses', Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs (1994), pp. 89. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46644 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Public Houses

a. The George Hotel, Glengall Grove, built 1864–5, in c1900 (p. 501).


Public Houses

Plate 89a: Public Houses
The George Hotel, Glengall Grove, built 1864–5, in c1900 (p. 501).

Demolished

b. The Queen, Manchester Road, built 1855–6, in 1991 (pp. 499–500)


Public Houses

Plate 89b: Public Houses
The Queen, Manchester Road, built 1855–6, in 1991 (pp. 499–500)

c. Folly House Tavern in 1805 (p. 536).


Public Houses

Plate 89c: Public Houses
Folly House Tavern in 1805 (p. 536).

Demolished

d (right). The Waterman's (formerly Newcastle) Arms, Glenaffric Avenue, built 1853, in 1986 (pp. 500–1)


Public Houses

Plate 89d: Public Houses
(right). The Waterman's (formerly Newcastle) Arms, Glenaffric Avenue, built 1853, in 1986 (pp. 500–1)



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