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Plate 71: Morton's Sufferance Wharf in 1986.

Page 71

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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Morton's Sufferance Whare, Millwall, in 1986–7 (pp. 410–11).

All demolished

a. Cast-iron columns and king-post roof trusses on the first floor of the former warehouse of c1885

Figure 71a:

Morton's Sufferance Wharf in 1986.

Cast-iron columns and king-post roof trusses on the first floor of the former warehouse of c1885

b. Queen-post roof trusses in the former tin-workshop of c1890

Figure 71b:

Morton's Sufferance Wharf in 1986.

Queen-post roof trusses in the former tin-workshop of c1890

c. Westferry Road front in 1986

Figure 71c:

Morton's Sufferance Wharf in 1986.

Westferry Road front in 1986

d. Food and soft drinks distribution depot built in the 1950s

Figure 71d:

Corona Soft Drinks depot, Westferry Road, in 1987.

Food and soft drinks distribution depot built in the 1950s