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Royal Docks, Newham, London: looking towards the facade of the two-storey transit shed of the King George V Dock

RIBA130454
NOTES: The Royal Docks were the last group of docks to be built in London, between 1850 and 1921, and the last to close in 1921; they include the Royal Victoria Dock (1850-1855), the Royal Albert Dock (1875-1880) and the King George V Dock (1912-1921).

Royal Docks, Newham, London: the two-storey transit shed of the King George V Dock

RIBA130455
NOTES: The Royal Docks were the last group of docks to be built in London, between 1850 and 1921, and the last to close in 1921; they include the Royal Victoria Dock (1850-1855), the Royal Albert Dock (1875-1880) and the King George V Dock (1912-1921).

Royal Docks, Newham, London: the facade of the King George V Dock

RIBA130456
NOTES: The Royal Docks were the last group of docks to be built in London, between 1850 and 1921, and the last to close in 1921; they include the Royal Victoria Dock (1850-1855), the Royal Albert Dock (1875-1880) and the King George V Dock (1912-1921). See RIBA130453 for a black and white version of this image.

Royal Docks, Newham, London: looking through a crane arch to the two-storey transit sheds of the King George V Dock

RIBA130457
NOTES: The Royal Docks were the last group of docks to be built in London, between 1850 and 1921, and the last to close in 1921; they include the Royal Victoria Dock (1850-1855), the Royal Albert (1875-1880) and the King George V (1912-1921). See RIBA130451 for a black and white version of this image.
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