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Rotherhithe Street in 1930.

Rotherhithe Street in 1930.
Rotherhithe Street in 1930.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1729
Description: Rotherhithe Street in 1930, with the Angel public house on the left and Cathay Street running off to the right. The housing surrounding the tavern has since been demolished and new residential developments have taken place. The Angel, however, remains, having been given Grade One Listed Building status in the early 1970s.
Creator: Herbert Williamson
Date: 1930
Credit line: Southwark Library Collection
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