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Plate 115

Page 115

Survey of London: Volumes 43 and 44, Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1994.

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a. Offices of the Thames Iron Works & Ship Building Company, Orchard Place, in 1898 (p. 675).

Figure 115a:

Offices of the Thames Iron Works and Ship Building Company, Orchard Place.

Offices of the Thames Iron Works & Ship Building Company, Orchard Place, in 1898 (p. 675).

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b. Entrance to the former Pepper Warehouses (Blackwall Goods Yard), Leamouth Road, in c1935 (pp. 658–9)

Figure 115c:

Entrance to the former Pepper Warehouses, Leamouth Road, in c1935.

Entrance to the former Pepper Warehouses (Blackwall Goods Yard), Leamouth Road, in c1935 (pp. 658–9)

c. The Thames Plate Glass Company's works in Orchard Place, looking north in the early 1850s (pp. 663–6).

Figure 115c:

Thames Plate Glass Company's works in the early 1850s.

The Thames Plate Glass Company's works in Orchard Place, looking north in the early 1850s (pp. 663–6).

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