EAW021446 ENGLAND (1949). East Dock and the cityscape towards Whitechapel, St Katherine Docks, from the south, 1949

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EAW021723
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EAW018320
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EAW000635
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EAW021447
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EAW021445
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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW021446] East Dock and the cityscape towards Whitechapel, St Katherine Docks, from the south, 1949
Cyfeirnod EAW021446
Dyddiad 15-March-1949
Dolen
Enw lle ST KATHERINE DOCKS
Plwyf
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 534182, 180664
Hydred / Lledred -0.06627024986076, 51.508470085207
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol TQ342807

Pinnau

Wellclose Square

Robin
Sunday 14th of February 2021 01:51:58 PM
Wellclose Street

Robin
Saturday 13th of February 2021 04:16:16 PM
National Dock Labour Board (Sector 6) offices

brianbeckett
Wednesday 29th of April 2020 03:09:06 PM
Crescent Wine Vaults and Warehouse

brianbeckett
Wednesday 29th of April 2020 03:08:00 PM
Wine Gauging Ground, London Dock

brianbeckett
Wednesday 29th of April 2020 03:07:15 PM
Cartwright Buildings

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 11:02:29 AM
The Royal Mint

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 11:01:31 AM

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 11:01:07 AM
Gardiners Department Store

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 11:00:49 AM
Royal Mint Square

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 11:00:08 AM
Peabody Estate, Whitechapel on John Fisher Street. Blocks span both side of street.

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 10:59:30 AM
Tower Hill School, Chamber Street - closed 1969 - school moved to new buildings in St Mark Street north of this site in Sept 1969. School renamed English Martyrs RC Primary School.

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 10:58:50 AM
Former Court House, then Social Security office and now Cafe Spice Namaste on Prescot Street

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 10:57:28 AM
HQ of the Cooperative Wholesale Society, 99 Leman Street

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 10:56:51 AM
Red Ensign Club, Seamen's Hostel

Danny McL
Thursday 16th of January 2020 10:56:15 AM
Leman Street station, this closed in 1941

Leslie B
Friday 22nd of November 2019 03:03:10 PM
East Smithfield, London Docks (GER) Opened: 17th June 1864, Closed: 1st September 1966

Hermann the German
Tuesday 20th of November 2018 09:40:22 AM
Commercial Road Goods Depot (LTSR) Opened: 17th April 1886, Closed: 3rd July 1967

Hermann the German
Tuesday 20th of November 2018 09:37:21 AM
Cable Street; found itself on the front pages of the newspapers on Sunday 4th October 1936 when it became the centre of a running battle between the Metropolitan Police, various workers groups, and the blackshirt supporters of Oswald Mosley's British Union Of Facists political party. Mosley planned to send thousands of marchers dressed in their Blackshirt uniform through the East End. An estimated 100,000 residents of the area petitioned then Home Secretary John Simon to ban the march because of the strong likelihood of violence. He refused, and sent a police escort in an attempt to prevent anti-fascist protesters from disrupting the march. Barricades were constructed near the junction with Christian Street in Stepney, towards the west end of this long street. The main confrontation took place around Gardiner’s Corner in Whitechapel. An estimated 20,000 anti-fascist demonstrators turned out, and were met by 6,000-7,000 policemen (including mounted police), who attempted to clear the road to permit the march of 2,000–3,000 fascists to proceed. The demonstrators fought with sticks, rocks, chair legs and other improvised weapons. Rubbish, rotten vegetables and the contents of chamber pots were thrown at the police by women in houses along the street. After a series of running battles, Mosley agreed to abandon the march to prevent bloodshed. The BUF marchers were dispersed towards Hyde Park instead while the anti-fascists rioted with police. About 150 demonstrators were arrested, and around 175 people were injured which included police, women and children

Nowy Paul
Sunday 7th of October 2018 02:06:19 PM
Very tight turning circle for the terminus of trolleybus route 647. This route operated from Stamford Hill and ran from 5 February 1939 - 18 July 1961 with a rate of 17 buses an hour.

Nowy Paul
Sunday 30th of September 2018 03:18:58 PM
Haydon Square Goods Depot

Hermann the German
Tuesday 26th of September 2017 07:36:26 PM
Mansell Street

Hermann the German
Tuesday 26th of September 2017 07:35:08 PM
St. Paul's Seamens Church, Dock Street, 17/02/2015

Class31
Sunday 24th of May 2015 08:53:04 PM
Roman Catholic Church of the English Martyrs, Prescot Street, 17/02/2015

Class31
Sunday 24th of May 2015 08:50:50 PM
Spitalfields Market

Alan McFaden
Sunday 12th of January 2014 06:51:45 PM
Christ Church Spitalfields

Alan McFaden
Sunday 12th of January 2014 06:50:28 PM