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Plate 35

Page 35

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 (above), Fire-engine House and Watch-house, Newby Place, in c1869 (p. 182).

Figure 35d:

Fire-engine House and Watch-house, Newby Place, in c1869.

(above), Fire-engine House and Watch-house, Newby Place, in c1869 (p. 182).

Demolished for the Town Hall

b (above). Town Hall, Newby Place, in 1871.

Figure 35d:

Town Hall, Newby Place, in 1871.

(above). Town Hall, Newby Place, in 1871.

A. & C. Harston, architects, 1870–1 (pp. 182–4). Demolished

c (below). Grosvenor Buildings, Robin Hood Lane and Mackrow Street (left) in 1928 (p. 192).

Figure 35c:

Grosvenor Buildings in 1928.

(below). Grosvenor Buildings, Robin Hood Lane and Mackrow Street (left) in 1928 (p. 192).

d (below). Former LCC Manual Training Centre, Bullivant Street, in 1987 (p. 195)

Figure 35d:

Former LCC Manual Training Centre, Bullivant Street, in 1987.

(below). Former LCC Manual Training Centre, Bullivant Street, in 1987 (p. 195)