EPW045387 ENGLAND (1934). The view over Poplar and the Royal Docks towards Woolwich, Bow, from the north-west, 1934

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Title [EPW045387] The view over Poplar and the Royal Docks towards Woolwich, Bow, from the north-west, 1934
Reference EPW045387
Date July-1934
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Place name BOW
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District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 537002, 182760
Longitude / Latitude -0.024841314330162, 51.526630337425
National Grid Reference TQ370828

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St. Pauls Way.

ray Glenister
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 10:13:51 AM
St. Pauls Way.

ray Glenister
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 10:13:11 AM

ray Glenister
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 10:10:35 AM
St. Paul's, Bow Common. This beautiful church was bombed and gutted in WW2. The four walls and steeple stood as an imposing monument and reminder of the 1940 'Blitz. It was demolished in 1957 and a contemporary church built on the site. This Anglican church won an award in 2013 for the best modern church to be built in the UK since 1953, largely due to the dedicated commitment of the Revd. Gresham Kirkby who was involved in the design.

ray Glenister
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 10:08:39 AM
All Saints Church, Newby Place, Poplar, 17/02/2015

Class31
Wednesday 18th of February 2015 03:41:59 PM
The 'Greenway' running from Prince Regent Lane towards Stratford High Street.

Keith
Tuesday 17th of February 2015 04:52:14 PM
The southern part of the 'Greenway, a pedestrian/cycle route which runs atop the Northern Outfall Sewer. It begins near Blackwall - with a break due to the railway line which bisects it near Bow.

Keith
Tuesday 17th of February 2015 04:51:13 PM
The East London Cemetery which holds the burials and memorial to quite a few famous tragedies. One such is the murder of 18* infant children at the Upper North Street School (Poplar) now named the Mayflower School, by the Germans who dropped a high explosive bomb during their air raid over London on 13th June 1917. *Fifteen are burial in a communal plot and the remaining 3 elsewhere.

Keith
Tuesday 17th of February 2015 04:46:36 PM
Canning Town gyratory.

Keith
Tuesday 17th of February 2015 04:30:37 PM
This is now Silvertown Way.

Keith
Tuesday 17th of February 2015 04:29:21 PM
This centre portion became the runways for London City Airport.

Keith
Tuesday 17th of February 2015 04:28:36 PM