Plate 131
Lansbury Estate, first phase, 1949-54

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1994

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131

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'Plate 131: Lansbury Estate, first phase, 1949-54', Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs (1994), pp. 131. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46686 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Lansbury Estate, First Phase, 1949–54

a. Trinity Methodist Mission (formerly Trinity Congregational Church), East India Dock Road, interior looking east in 1993.


Trinity Methodist Mission, East India Dock Road, interior in 1993.

Plate 131a: Trinity Methodist Mission, East India Dock Road, interior in 1993.
Trinity Methodist Mission (formerly Trinity Congregational Church), East India Dock Road, interior looking east in 1993.

Cecil D. Handisyde and D. Rogers Stark, architects, 1950–1 (pp. 225–7)

b. SS Mary and Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.


SS Mary and Joseph R.C. Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.

Plate 131b: SS Mary and Joseph R.C. Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.
SS Mary and Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.

Exterior from the north-east and interior looking west. Adrian Gilbert Scott, architect, 1951–4 (pp. 236–9)

c. SS Mary and Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.


SS Mary and Joseph R.C. Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.

Plate 131c: SS Mary and Joseph R.C. Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.
SS Mary and Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Upper North Street, in 1992.

Exterior from the north-east and interior looking west. Adrian Gilbert Scott, architect, 1951–4 (pp. 236–9)