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Plate 130: Lansbury Estate, first phase, 1949-54

Page 130

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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Lansbury Estate, First Phase, 1949–54

a. Market Square and Shopping Precinct from the south-east in the early 1950s (pp. 227–30)

Figure 130a:

Lansbury Market Square in the early 1950s.

Market Square and Shopping Precinct from the south-east in the early 1950s (pp. 227–30)

b. Market Square in September 1953.

Figure 130b:

Festival Inn sign, Lansbury Market Square, in 1953.

Market Square in September 1953.

Sign of the Festival Inn (since demolished) in foreground and the Clock Tower designed by Frederick Gibberd in the distance (pp. 229–30)

c. Trinity Methodist Mission (formerly Trinity Congregational Church), East India Dock Road, in 1993.

Figure 130c:

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

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

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