Houses in Coborn Street
Houses in Coborn Street
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Houses in Coborn Street
Abandoned, derelict houses at 8-9 Coborn Street, Bromley-by-Bow, showing the front elevation with small front gardens and a partially paved area to the right. The ground and first-floor windows of the property to the left are bricked up, while the site has been partly screened off from the street by rotting wooden boarding. "Lot 1" has been painted on the brickwork between the ground floor windows on the right. Iron garden and first-floor balcony railings are visible. The building no longer exists. Today, Coborn Street is part of the Tredegar Square Conservation Area.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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