From the way the people are dressed this is a very early photo of the station
Newham Heritage & Archives (Stratford)
Small brass replica of the plate that would have been on the side of the West Ham steam locomotive in the 1960s. They would have been sold to many railway enthusiasts.
From Newham Heritage & Archives collection
Street-level photo taken from Woodgrange Road in May 1967, before the station was rationalized and the booking hall replaced. The wooden structures were painted BR green and cream. It is now an unstaffed station, with a set of steel stairs to platform level. None of the original structures exist.
From Newham Heritage & Archives collection (Stratford)
Decapod was built at Stratford Railway Works in 1902 and held several records: it was the most powerful locomotive constructed for any British railway up to that time; the first ten-coupled engine ever seen in this country; and the only 0-10-0 tank engine to work our railways.
Stratford Central Junction looking towards London in 1922 showing the complex array of signals, crossovers and branches.