EPW044116 ENGLAND (1934). The Royal Albert Dock and King George V Dock, East Ham, 1934

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Details

Title [EPW044116] The Royal Albert Dock and King George V Dock, East Ham, 1934
Reference EPW044116
Date May-1934
Link
Place name EAST HAM
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 542709, 180536
Longitude / Latitude 0.056480032675981, 51.505230361262
National Grid Reference TQ427805

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Great Western Railway Goods Depot, as noted on the OS 25" to mile map Essex (New Series 1913-) n LXXXVI.10 Revised 1914, published 1919. See https://maps.nls.uk/view/104194821

Kentishman
Saturday 21st of May 2022 07:38:19 AM
Royal Albert Dock Hospital (Seamen's)(1890) & London School of Tropical Diseases (1899). The Seamen's Hospital Society set this up and funded it as a branch of the Dreadnought Seamen's Hospital in Greenwich. It mainly dealt with dockworkers' injuries but was also open to the general public. The London School of Tropical Diseases began here, but later moved and combined with other bodies to become the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Building subsidence led to the Royal Albert Dock Hospital moving to Alnwick Road in 1937. See Lost Hospitals of London - https://ezitis.myzen.co.uk/albertdock.html and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Dock_Seamen%27s_Hospital

Kentishman
Thursday 19th of May 2022 01:16:26 PM
Silvertown Station

Leslie B
Monday 14th of March 2016 08:53:56 PM
The GER/LNER line to Beckton station and theGas Works

Leslie B
Monday 14th of March 2016 08:52:49 PM
The Connaught Tavern

Leslie B
Monday 14th of March 2016 08:51:38 PM
Connaught Road Station, was run by the Port of London Authority, it closed in 1940. More Here: http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/c/connaught_road/index.shtml

Leslie B
Monday 14th of March 2016 08:50:40 PM