Isle of Dogs map from a 1984 GLC book, Docklands History Survey. In it the GLC listed the buildings in the Docklands area worthy of  protection or conservation after the winding-up of the GLC.

Isle of Dogs map, 1984

Isle of Dogs map from a 1984 GLC book, Docklands History Survey. In it the GLC listed the buildings in the Docklands area worthy of protection or conservation after the winding-up of the GLC.

Chrisp Street, Poplar, c1905Chrisp Street ran for half a mile and was crammed with shops, barrows and stalls. Here, locals are keen to feature on a new postcard by Stengel & Co

Chrisp Street, Poplar, Street ran for half a mile and was crammed with shops, barrows and stalls. Here, locals are keen to feature on a new postcard by Stengel Co

Limehouse Library 1902

Limehouse Library 1902

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George Green's School, East India Dock Road, Poplar "was erected through the munificence of George Green, a philanthropist who disbursed over £100,000 in charities; Chrisp Street and Bow Lane Schools owe their existence to his benevolence too; he also built and endowed the Sailors' Home in East India Dock Road, now the Board of Trade offices."

George Green's School, East India Dock Road, Poplar "was erected through the munificence of George Green, a philanthropist who disbursed over £100,000 in charities; Chrisp Street and Bow Lane Schools owe their existence to his benevolence too; he also built and endowed the Sailors' Home in East India Dock Road, now the Board of Trade offices."

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