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Plate 64: East 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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East India Docks

a. The south-west corner of the Export Dock looking north in 1826.

Figure 64c:

East India Docks

The south-west corner of the Export Dock looking north in 1826.

On the left is Perry's mast-house, erected in 1789–90 on the west quay of Brunswick Dock, which was retained when Brunswick Dock was converted into the Export Dock (p. 563). Demolished

b. View looking south-east in 1824 showing the Great Steam Engine, right (p. 589), and the bridge over the link between the Export Dock and the Entrance Basin (p. 584).

Figure 64c:

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View looking south-east in 1824 showing the Great Steam Engine, right (p. 589), and the bridge over the link between the Export Dock and the Entrance Basin (p. 584).

Demolished

c. Lock-keeper's cabin built on the eastern pier of the Entrance Lock in 1819–20 (p. 591).

Figure 64c:

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Lock-keeper's cabin built on the eastern pier of the Entrance Lock in 1819–20 (p. 591).

Demolished