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in the Britannia Dry Dock, Millwall.
Taken from a house in West Ferry Road Millwall, the Finnish Barque 'Penang', built in 1905, is in Britannia Dry Dock undergoing repairs. Built at...
The East London Hospital for Children.
A view of the newly opened East London Hospital for Children in Shadwell. Set up in 1868 by Dr Nathaniel Heckford, the hospital was fortunate in...
The entrance gate to the East India Docks.
The busy street outside the main entrance to the East India Docks. The masts of ships are visible behind the dock walls. The entrance was located at...
The offices of the Nelson Dock.
The offices of the Nelson Dock on Rotherhithe Street. This had been a small ship-repairing yard from the middle of the 18th century, and is one of...
The opening of the Blackwall Tunnel by the Prince of Wales.
Throughout the 19th century, the opening of new transport facilities such as bridges, railways or tunnels always aroused great enthusiasm. Members of...
The opening of the new London Bridge.
The full title of this print was 'The opening of the new London Bridge by their most Gracious Majesties William the 4th & Queen Adelaide.' As...
The Poplar entrance to the Blackwall Tunnel, 1927.
The Poplar entrance to the Blackwall Tunnel in 1927. Although the tunnel had already become a vital link, levels of road traffic were far smaller...
The Middleton and St Bride's Wharf.
This was a large wharf operated by the English and Scottish Joint Co-Operative Wholesale Society for nearly half a century before its closure in...
The London Electric Supply Corporation's Works.
The London Electricity Supply Corporation's works at Deptford, designed by Sebastian de Ferranti in 1889, was London's oldest electricity generating...
The entrance to the Free Trade Wharf, c. 1934.
The imposing entrance to the Free Trade Wharf, built in 1871 and one of the busiest on the River Thames. The offices of the Free Trade Wharf Company...
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