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Plate 23: East India Dock Road

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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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East India Dock Road

a. (above) No. 133 (former Sailors' Home), erected 1839–41, in 1947 (p. 139)

Figure 23a: East India Dock Road (above) No. 133 (former Sailors' Home), erected 1839–41, in 1947 (p. 139)

b. (left). Poplar Hospital, drawing of the south elevation by Rowland Plumbe, June 1901.

Figure 23c: East India Dock Road (left). Poplar Hospital, drawing of the south elevation by Rowland Plumbe, June 1901.

The building was erected in four phases between 1806 and 1902 (pp. 147–9). Demolished

c. Nos 189–197 (odd), left to right, in 1909 (pp. 143–4).

Figure 23c: East India Dock Road Nos 189–197 (odd), left to right, in 1909 (pp. 143–4).

Police Station at Nos 193–5 designed by John D. Butler, 1897–8. All demolished except No. 197