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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Islam

    synagogue, Shacklewell Lane , 1981 . 16 Central dome added by 1987 . Medina mosque reg. at no. 2A Lea Bridge Rd. 1984 . 17 Red-brick bldg. with domes and minarets erected by 1991 . Aziziye mosque reg. at nos.

    Walthamstow Transport and postal services

    at Lea Bridge . Wragg's coaches still ran five times daily to Leyton , Lea Bridge , Stratford , and London in 1863 , but ceased operating soon after 1870. 3 A branch railway line from Lea Bridge to Shernhall

    List of illustrations

    White House , Hackney Marsh , in 1885 . From a watercolour by C. Bromley in Guildhall Library 7. Lea Bridge in 1821 . From an engraving, after a drawing by A. Burges , in H.A.D. 8. Kingsland Road in

    Leyton Introduction WALTHAMSTOW (SOUTH), LEYTON , AND WANSTEAD , 1965

    mainly along Leyton Street , as the high road was usually known from Lea Bridge Road to Moyers Lane; the most crowded stretch, between Lea Bridge Road and Knights Green , was sometimes called Gossups Green . 45 Frog Row,

    Economic influences on growth Local transport

    services, such as those which in the fifties and sixties operated from Walthamstow to Lea Bridge and Stratford stations 38 and from Woodford to Lea Bridge in connexion with some of the trains, 39 the horsebuses which were so numerous

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of aincing-lane , was Oil his ret rtt from 'althiamstow ti towtn, lie was metby a Lascar seaman near Lea Bridge, who suddenly jumped op fiom thIe road side where lie had beti lying, antld pre-enited a large knife to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    water of * the river Lea is much contaminated by sewage before it L reaches the Compaoy'8 works at Lea Bridge. As to the contents of the Company's reservoirs at Old Ford, he re- ports not merely that much organic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    onsd well mnotwn ins the trade. wiestmetwh Siiisl .t laiss, as their Lonslon Agnenslrad I 155,555o.- '/ Xifien Villa, Lea Bridge Rtoad,Let .Rsxc42ec j tlt.l~~so I -Tnre l vler requiredsicl.Ades 1 Salary~ wasit ground covered, r,69DalPot 10 L~A. stibirils'miilassgow Assosratne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvell-lettinsr HOUSES, Situate in thu rear of Nos. HI 16. 17, 18,19;-20, 21, and 22, in Northbrook Street, neerto Lea Bridge. or Dudley Rtoad, Birsineshai Boath, with Gardens ; eli let, and pro. ordurin renlts amounting to £0124.16ts, per annum. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lu -'Twlve apitl 'elltting HOUSES, situate Sn the rear of Nos. 1-6,`1W7,708 B~19,20. 17,aokcl2 en lorthhbroell Street, near to Lea Bridge, L. BodieS ~Road, Birminghesm HRitb, With Gardens; eli let, and pro. docine-rents amrolunting to £124. 16s, per annum. .reI Subscribers-only content


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