Canning Town Old Station

From the way the people are dressed this is a very early photo of the station 


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Canning Town Old Station

Royal Standard North Woolwich

Public House at 116 Albert Road North Woolwich, on the corner of Pier Road. In the 1874 P.O. Directory (Still open)


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Royal Standard North Woolwich

Royal Pavillion North Woolwich

River front public house/hotel, 2 High Street (later changed to Pier Road) North Woolwich. It is in the 1850 Post Office Directory. It was demolished in 2002/2003. In the photo you can see the raised river walls, built-up because of Thames Barrier which opened on 18th May 1984, also the gantry holding the road signs for the Free Ferry.


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Royal Pavillion North Woolwich

Albert Road Sewer Works 1901

Photo shows, E. Loughin's Grocery shop at No78 (it was shown as run by Timothy Murphey in the 1902-03 Kellys directory) J. Mc.Kirdy's fancy Drapery Shop at No79, it was still there in 1902-03 Kellys, and Silvertown Methodist Church. The road is being dug up for sewer works.


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Albert Road Sewer Works 1901

Plaistow Station 1931

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Plaistow Station 1931

United Reformed Church 2

Congregational churches merged with Presbyterian churches to form a new movement.

United Reformed Church 1

The United Reformed Church was formed in 1972 by the merger of two traditions dating from the 16th Century Protestant Reformation.

Jutland Souvenir

Silk souvenir of the Victory of the Battle of Jutland May 31st 1916


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Jutland Souvenir

Frank Lenwood

Frank Lenwood was pastor of Plaistow Congregational Church from 1926 to 1934. Lenwood Hall in Coronation Road, built in 1957, is named for him.

Frank Lenwood
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