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Plate 52: West India Docks

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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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West India Docks

a. No. 5 Warehouse, North Quay, Import Dock, looking north-east in 1935.

Figure 52a: West India Docks No. 5 Warehouse, North Quay, Import Dock, looking north-east in 1935.

G. Gwilt & Son, architects, 1802–3 (pp. 255, 290). Demolished

b. Round House.

Figure 52b: West India Docks Round House.

G. Gwilt & Son, architects, 1804–5 (p. 312)

c. Hibbert Gate, 1803, looking east before 1912 (p. 311).

Figure 52e: West India Docks Hibbert Gate, 1803, looking east before 1912 (p. 311).

Demolished

d. Former Customs Office, West India Dock Road, 1807–9, under demolition in 1959 (pp. 315–17)

Figure 52d: West India Docks Former Customs Office, West India Dock Road, 1807–9, under demolition in 1959 (pp. 315–17)

e. Statue of Robert Milligan in 1899.

Figure 52e: West India Docks Statue of Robert Milligan in 1899.

Richard Westmacott, sculptor, 1809 (p. 311). Demolished