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Plate 147

Page 147

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. 'Entrance to Blackwall Docks'. Watercolour by Thomas Rowlandson looking northwards in the early nineteenth century over the entrance to the City Canal to Coldharbour.

Figure 147b:

'Entrance to Blackwall Docks'.

'Entrance to Blackwall Docks'. Watercolour by Thomas Rowlandson looking northwards in the early nineteenth century over the entrance to the City Canal to Coldharbour.

The hulk Chichester is on the right (p. 619n)

b. Union Docks (Fletcher, Son & Fearnall's Yard), Limehouse Hole, looking north-west in c1840 (pp. 395–7) The ship in the foreground is in the upper dry dock.

Figure 147b:

Union Docks

Union Docks (Fletcher, Son & Fearnall's Yard), Limehouse Hole, looking north-west in c1840 (pp. 395–7) The ship in the foreground is in the upper dry dock.