Three Gentlemen at Limehouse Chinatown, London, date unknown.

'Chinatown', Limehouse, London, - prob late C. The three men pictured are two Chinese gentlemen and a Clergyman - who has probably been to the laundry to get his collars starched !

Railway Tavern, 116 West India Dock Road, Limehouse, E14 and Charlie Brown - circa 1925

Railway Tavern, 116 West India Dock Road, Limehouse, and Charlie Brown - circa 1925

Two famous sailor town pubs, Blue Posts and Charlie Brown's - West India Dock. Both levelled in the Canary Wharf development.

Two famous sailor town pubs, Blue Posts and Charlie Brown's - West India Dock. Both levelled in the Canary Wharf development.

London's Workers: The cat's meat man in 1922. Wonderful London - Edited by St John Adcock. Published 1922 by The Fleetway House, London, EC.

Dignified and characterful portraits of Londoners, believed to be by photographer Donald McLeish selected from the three volumes of Wonderful London edited by St John Adcock and produced by The Fleetway House in the nineteen-twenties.

The Eastern Hotel/Pub Limehouse, London - early 19th Century - Intersections of East India Dock Road, West India Dock Road, Burdett Road and Commercial Road

The Eastern Hotel/Pub Limehouse, London - early Century - Intersections of East India Dock Road, West India Dock Road, Burdett Road and Commercial Road

Broad Street Station. by curly42, via Flickr

Now long gone,but this was the scene in several units in attendance.

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