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Plate 148: West India Docks in 1802.

Page 148

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. Bird's-eye view from the east of the West India Docks and City Canal as intended in 1802 (p. 282)

Figure 148a:

West India Docks in 1802.

Bird's-eye view from the east of the West India Docks and City Canal as intended in 1802 (p. 282)

b. Bird's-eye view from the north of the East India Docks as built in 1808

Figure 148b:

East India Docks in 1808.

Bird's-eye view from the north of the East India Docks as built in 1808

c. Brunswick Wharf in the early 1840s showing the newly erected terminus for the London and Blackwall Railway (pp. 597–8).

Figure 148c:

The London and Blackwall Railway Terminus, Brunswick Wharf, in c1840.

Brunswick Wharf in the early 1840s showing the newly erected terminus for the London and Blackwall Railway (pp. 597–8).

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