eaw011195 ENGLAND (1947). The Port of London Authority Warehouses (formerly East India Company Warehouses), Bury Street and environs, London, 1947

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Title [EAW011195] The Port of London Authority Warehouses (formerly East India Company Warehouses), Bury Street and environs, London, 1947
Reference EAW011195
Date 30-September-1947
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Place name LONDON
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 533380, 181348
Longitude / Latitude -0.077562227512283, 51.514807390564
National Grid Reference TQ334813

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