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Plate 145

Page 145

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. Plan of part of Poplar Levels in c1573, showing the line of red-roofed houses and other buildings in Poplar High Street (p. 55), and, to the right, the moated orchard at Leamouth (p. 646)

Figure 145b:

Poplar in c1573.

Plan of part of Poplar Levels in c1573, showing the line of red-roofed houses and other buildings in Poplar High Street (p. 55), and, to the right, the moated orchard at Leamouth (p. 646)

b. View of the Isle of Dogs from Greenwich in the 1730s.

Figure 145b:

Poplar and the Isle of Dogs looking north from Greenwich in the 1730s.

View of the Isle of Dogs from Greenwich in the 1730s.

The prominent white church in the distance is the recently completed St. Anne's, Limehouse