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Plate 54: 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. Fire and bomb damage at the North Quay Warehouses, Import Dock. Left, No.1 Warehouse, looking south-east during the fire of 12 July 1901, and, above, Nos 8 and 9 Warehouses, looking north-east in 1941 (p. 291)

Figure 54a:

West India Docks

Fire and bomb damage at the North Quay Warehouses, Import Dock. Left, No.1 Warehouse, looking south-east during the fire of 12 July 1901, and, above, Nos 8 and 9 Warehouses, looking north-east in 1941 (p. 291)

b. Fire and bomb damage at the North Quay Warehouses, Import Dock. Left, No.1 Warehouse, looking south-east during the fire of 12 July 1901, and, above, Nos 8 and 9 Warehouses, looking north-east in 1941 (p. 291)

Figure 54b:

West India Docks

Fire and bomb damage at the North Quay Warehouses, Import Dock. Left, No.1 Warehouse, looking south-east during the fire of 12 July 1901, and, above, Nos 8 and 9 Warehouses, looking north-east in 1941 (p. 291)

c. North Quay Transit Shed, Import Dock, 1912–15, looking east in 1989 (pp. 301–2).

Figure 54c:

West India Docks

North Quay Transit Shed, Import Dock, 1912–15, looking east in 1989 (pp. 301–2).

Demolished

d (right). View looking west in 1933 showing the Import Dock Perimeter Wall of 1804–5, right, and A Shed on the North Quay of the Export Dock, left (pp. 308, 310).

Figure 54d:

West India Docks

(right). View looking west in 1933 showing the Import Dock Perimeter Wall of 1804–5, right, and A Shed on the North Quay of the Export Dock, left (pp. 308, 310).

Demolished