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WWI, 19 Jan Flourmills after the Silvertown Explosion - Photograph

Photo of Black Gate in Newcastle Upon Tyne from Dog Leap Stairs - 19th Century

historicaltimes: Photo of Black Gate in Newcastle Upon Tyne from Dog Leap Stairs - Century Read

WWI, 19 Jan 1917; A fireman's dwelling on Fort Street after the Silvertown explosion.

WWI, 19 Jan A fireman's dwelling on Fort Street after the Silvertown explosion.

https://flic.kr/p/Cwt19J | Woolwich Year 1937 | The High St. and Hare St. ? (CollectionFB)

https://flic.kr/p/Cwt19J | Woolwich Year 1937 | The High St. and Hare St. ? (CollectionFB)

Fetter Lane, City Of London, Jul 1889. Showing Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel and the Steam Print Works

Fetter Lane, City Of London, Jul Showing Fetter Lane Congregational Chapel and the Steam Print Works

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Chemicals were made in Silvertown and West Ham.

Chemicals were made in Silvertown and West Ham.

RACS Well Hall 1950

RACS Well Hall 1950

Royal Arsenal Co-Operative Society (RACS) Central Stores, 125-153 Powis Street, 1902-26. Frank Bethell, architect. Photographed in 2007 by Derek Kendall.

Royal Arsenal Co-Operative Society (RACS) Central Stores, Powis Street, Frank Bethell, architect. Photographed in 2007 by Derek Kendall.

East End slum Street 1912 ~ The Whitechapel district of London at the end of the nineteenth century was generally regarded as being a ‘horrible black labyrinth, reeking from end to end and swarming with human vermin, whose trade is robbery and whose recreation is murder’.

East End slum Street 1912 ~ The Whitechapel district of London at the end of the nineteenth century was generally regarded as being a ‘horrible black labyrinth, reeking from end to end and swarming with human vermin, whose trade is robbery and whose recre

Towards the end of the Second World War families were housed in tiny prefabricated homes and told they'd be there for only a couple of years. I took this photo of the last remaining Nissen huts in Bridge Road in Stratford in June 1969 - Steve Lewis

Towards the end of the Second World War families were housed in tiny prefabricated homes and told they'd be there for only a couple of years. A photo of the last remaining Nissen huts in Bridge Road in Stratford in June 1969 - Steve Lewis

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