Vacant site in Hay Currie Street
Vacant site in Hay Currie Street
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Vacant site in Hay Currie Street
A view of fenced off Hay Currie Street, Poplar, running along a single-line railway track of North London Railway, near to the Cake and Biscuit Factory and its footbridge on the left. The view looks from the junction with Cobden Street over a vacant site towards the fronts of houses in Chadbourn Street in the centre, and Wellington Street (then known as Woodin Street) on the right; the taller building visible behind is on St Leonard's Road. Woodin Street and Cobden Street have now been demolished and are the site of Langdon Park. Hay Currie Street used to be known as Railway Street.
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