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Plate 38

Page 38

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. Randall's Market, 1851–2, looking north in the 1920s (pp. 209–10).

Figure 38a:

Randall's Market in the 1920s.

Randall's Market, 1851–2, looking north in the 1920s (pp. 209–10).

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b (above left). The Market House Tavern, Randall's Market, 1853–4, in c1890 (p.209).

Figure 38b:

The Market House Tavern, Randall's Market, in c1890.

(above left). The Market House Tavern, Randall's Market, 1853–4, in c1890 (p.209).

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c (above). The African Queen (formerly African Tavern), Grundy Street, in 1993.

Figure 38c:

The African Queen, Grundy Street, in 1993.

(above). The African Queen (formerly African Tavern), Grundy Street, in 1993.

T. W. Fletcher, architect, c1868 (p. 210)

d. Bygrove Street, built c1851, west side in 1952 (p. 208).

Figure 38d:

Bygrove Street in 1952.

Bygrove Street, built c1851, west side in 1952 (p. 208).

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