EPW005646 ENGLAND (1921). Factories and wharves alongside the Hackney Cut Navigation, Hackney Marsh, from the west, 1921

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Manylion

Pennawd [EPW005646] Factories and wharves alongside the Hackney Cut Navigation, Hackney Marsh, from the west, 1921
Cyfeirnod EPW005646
Dyddiad March-1921
Dolen
Enw lle HACKNEY MARSH
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 536265, 185712
Hydred / Lledred -0.034316859236516, 51.553338760654
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ363857

Pinnau

Great picture of the inn around the same time here: https://leabridge.org.uk/gazetteer/archaeology/white-house-inn.html

Dank
Monday 23rd of November 2020 09:25:28 AM
this became part of Lesneys Matchbox toys factory in the 1960s[??] and lasted the longest http://www.vintagebritishdiecasts.co.uk/factory.htm

hackneyglyn
Thursday 31st of December 2015 09:52:53 AM
In 1981 the GLC built a low rise estate here called Sherrys Wharf

hackneyglyn
Thursday 31st of December 2015 09:19:04 AM
White House Inn / pub http://pubshistory.com/LondonPubs/Hackney/WhiteHouse.shtml http://leabridge.org.uk/gazetteer/archaeology/white-house-inn.html

hackneyglyn
Thursday 31st of December 2015 09:15:15 AM
Daubeney School

FandF
Monday 30th of December 2013 10:59:04 PM
Hackney East Marsh, a location completely devastated during the 2010-12 period, and beyond, beneath over a foot of hardcore and tarmac all for the sake of a coach/bus running depot for the Stratford Olympics. It was lamely referred to by many as the "Greenest Games ever". Will it ever be returned to the former 10 football pitches and 2 rugby ones?

Keith
Friday 16th of November 2012 12:18:09 AM
Now the Lea Interchange junction and formerly? the highest point at which the River Lea was tidal.

Keith
Friday 16th of November 2012 12:13:53 AM
Definately now Lea Interchange, but the Lea was at least up to the Olympics, tidal up to The Prince of Wales, just below Lea Bridge Road.

hackneyglyn
Wednesday 30th of December 2015 10:56:21 PM
This was to become the extension of Homerton Road to what is now the Lea Interchange junction

Keith
Friday 16th of November 2012 12:12:38 AM
Fascinating to see this view of Hackney Marshes (left) and Marshgate Bridge (pinned) from this angle looking SE. All prior to the construction in the 1930's of major roads towards Leyton.

Keith
Friday 16th of November 2012 12:11:23 AM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

I think the highest point at which the Old River Lee was tidal would have been at Lee Bridge where the sluices still allow a controlled water flow from the Lee Navigation into the Old River Lee.

Martin Slavin
Wednesday 30th of December 2015 10:58:48 PM
Unfortunately this is not borne out by reference to any survey published on an O.S. map.

Keith
Thursday 8th of August 2013 10:14:38 PM
Hi Martin! Yes you are right.

hackneyglyn
Wednesday 30th of December 2015 10:57:13 PM
Hi Keith for years I worked on Hackney Marshes, up to c2010, and clearly saw the tide coming up, past the Marshes and to the sluice below the Lea Bridge Road

hackneyglyn
Wednesday 30th of December 2015 10:58:48 PM