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Constables' cottages, Garford Street.

Constables' cottages, Garford Street.
Constables' cottages, Garford Street.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: Dcp02334
Description: These cottages in Garford Street, designed by John Rennie and built in 1819, were for the constables of the West India Dock Company. Security was an important issue for the Company, which maintained its own police force.
Creator: Simon Niziol
Date: 1819
Credit line: Simon Niziol
National Maritime Museum/Royal Observatory Greenwich New Opportunities Fund  
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