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Terraced housing in Rotherhithe Street.

Terraced housing in Rotherhithe Street.
Terraced housing in Rotherhithe Street.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H1915
Description: A terrace of houses in Rotherhithe Street, 1929. At this time, the street ran right round the Rotherhithe Pensinsula, almost parallel with the Thames, and squeezed between the river and the Surrey Docks. The street contained housing of many different periods.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 1929
Credit line: Southwark Library collection.
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