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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    London Street Directory in 1921.

    London Street Listings Index in 1921.

    East India Dock Road, E14, East end of Commercial road east to Iron bridge at Lea Creek - South Side

    (North side to Stainsby road & south side to Birchfield Street is in Stepney; the remainder is in the borough of Poplar)

    South Side
    2 Eastern Hotel, William Meadmore
    4 Ashton Mrs Annett, tobacconist
    6 Woodbridge Francis Ellis, hosier
    8 Dahlgren Carl John, dining rooms
    ... here is Amoy Place ...
    14 Warner Henry
    16 Jones Richard Wm, LDS, chemist
    26 Mowatt Mrs Laura, apartments
    34 Barnett Pincus, tailor
    40 Smith Albert Fredk, laundry
    42 Moyce Andrew James, artificil teeth maker
    50 barnett Hyam, clothing manufacturer
    ... here is Birchfield Street ...
    52 London County Westminster & Parr's Bank Lts, G P Thompson, manager
    52 Poplar Employment Exchange (Juveniles) (Ministry of Labour)
    54 Poplar Borough Childrens Home
    56 Presbyterian Settlement, Miss Helen B Mackey, warden
    62 Lamb Philip Walter MD, Ch B, physician & surgeon
    68 Perrett Ernest W, flag manufactirer
    68A MacMillan William
    70 Lusty William
    74 Clarke Walter Charles
    78 Pearl Assurance Co Ltd
    82 Bartier Misses Florence & Edith, teachers of music
    ... here is Oriental Street ...
    86 Alcock Benjamin, insurance supt
    ... here is Perrys Close ...
    92 Crang & Boreham, house agents
    92 Cromwell Frank H, collector of taxes
    94 & 96 O'Brien Hy Joseph, physician & surgeon
    100 Shaftesbury Ho,es & "Arthusa" Training Ship, inc 1904, Shipping Depot
    102 Poplar Liberal & radical Association
    ... here is Lower North Street ...
    104 Pogson Archibald Thomas, beer retailer
    106 Baldwin G & Co Ltd, herbalists
    108 Reekie Mrs Rose, coffee rooms
    116 Prime Edward. tailor
    118 Hawkes Francis Walter, umbrella maker
    120 Macord Horace Walford, MPS, chemist
    122 Freeman Mrs jane, coffee rooms
    124 Springhall Bros, cycle agents
    126 Doyle Lawrence, motor garage
    126 Fiddleman Abraham, fishmonger
    128 Lewis Edward David, tobacconist
    130 Davis Rothtin, clothier
    132 Ready George Martin, confectioner
    134 Brtier William, photographer
    ... here is Wade Street ...
    136 Edginton Mrs Emily, beer retailer
    144 Williams Mrs Elizh, wardrobe dealer
    150 Wade John Henry, beer retailer
    ... here is Wades Place ...
    152 Oxley Wm Hy Fras, surgeon
    154 Missions to Seamen Institute
    ... here is Hale Street ...
    Poplar Recreation Ground
    156 poplar Food Control, H Rowlett, district officer
    ... here is Woodstock Road ...
    Poplar (Wesleyan) Chapel
    164 & 166 Jamieson William J & Co, shirt manufacturers
    King Georges Hall
    ... here is Bath Street ...
    Poplar Baths (Borough of Poplar), Wm T Maughan, supt
    172 Windrum Walter, auctioneer
    .., here are Grove Villas ...
    North London Railway (Poplar Station)
    ... here is Newby Place ...
    All saints Church, Poplar
    ... here is Bow Lane ...
    174 Knight & Clark, surveyors
    174 Eastman & Son (Dyers & Cleaners) Ltd
    176 Tye Patrick & Co, boiler claners
    178 Skelly William, MD, physician & surgeon
    180 Lyons Harris, tailor
    182 Eagle Tavern, Walter parsons
    ... here is Cotton Street ...
    184 City & West End Laundry Co Ltd
    186 Berenstein Samuel, herbalist
    188 Greenberg Max, clothier
    190 Kent George, hairdresser
    192 Poplar Pavilion Ltd, cinematograph theatre
    202 Singer Sewing Machine Co Ltd
    ... here is Union Street ...
    202A Holmes Thomas, beer retailer
    204 Balbes Charles, hairdresser
    206 Leaman Morris, tailor
    208 Samuels Herman, outfitter
    210 & 212 South Poplar Local Labour Party, George J Cressall, sec
    214 Verbrugge Joseph Chas Lievin, MD, physician & surgeon
    216 Endersbee Thos Jn, insurance supt
    218 Brown & Ewin, estate agents
    220 Eaton Henry William, oilman
    222 Shacklady Mrs Mary, eel pie house
    224 Whitehead hy Fredk, bootmaker
    226 Hallifax Charles Price, grocer
    226 Post Office Receiving House, Money Order Office & Savings Bank
    228 Knight Jack, dining rooms
    230 & 230A Segal Abraham, tailor
    232 & 234 Harris Marks, fried fish shop
    236 Allen Richard, dining rooms
    238 Price Thomas, beer retailer
    ... here is Robinhood Lane ...
    ... here is Blackwall Tunnel ...
    ... London County Council Tunnel gardens ...
    ... way to Blackwall (Brunswick) pier ...
    East India (Import) Dock (Port of London Authority)
    ... here are Orchard Place & Leamouth Road ...
    (Pepper Warehouses)
    Grover William Alex, coal merchant
    (GER Depot)
    GER Goods & Coal Depot
    Vokins CoLim, Railway agents
    Coe Albert, coal merchant
    ... here is Lea Creek ...

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