Thanks for that, lovely. Interesting changes--the shops converted into flats and the entrance to the church changed from (presumably two) small side entrances to a larger central doors. There's a church in Haggerston, St Chad's, which still has the such entrances, although its layout is very different.
This is amazing, taken in autochrome in 1907
For those of us working for the man who inevitably end up in Canary wharf this is a great shot from 1985, just 35 years ago.
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