C1810

Untitled: West India Docks and Isle of Dogs, London

Mapmaker:

Samuel John Neele fl (1758 - 1824)

The West India Docks were constructed in two phases. The two northern-most docks were constructed between 1800 and 1802 and opened on 27 August 1802 and were the first commercial wet docks in London. The southern-most dock named the South … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Untitled: West India Docks and Isle of Dogs, London

Date:

C1810

Mapmaker:

Samuel John Neele fl (1758 - 1824)

Condition:

In very good condition.

Technique:

Image Size: 

255mm 
x 175mm
AUTHENTICITY
Untitled: West India Docks and Isle of Dogs, London - Antique Print from 1810

Genuine antique
dated:

1810

Description:

The West India Docks were constructed in two phases. The two northern-most docks were constructed between 1800 and 1802 and opened on 27 August 1802 and were the first commercial wet docks in London. The southern-most dock named the South West India Dock, was not constructed until the 1860s and this replaced an unprofitable canal, shown on this plan built in 1805. Now part of the Canary Wharf development. A scarce and interesing early plan.

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