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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Homerton and Hackney Wick Clapton Common c . 1830

    former baths as nos. 61-79 (consecutive) Eastway . From the cut, Homerton Road and Eastway led straight between recreation grounds towards Temple Mills bridge. A few large factories stood near the end of Eastway and others bordered Waterden Road ,

    Hackney Public services

    no. 71A Englefield Road , and Kingsmead Way. A further branch was opened in 1947 in a prefabricated building in Eastway , where it was enlarged in 1948 , and in 1951 at no. 24 Somerford Grove . The Englefield

    Hackney Communications HACKNEY COMMUNICATIONS

    line of the modern Kenworthy Road. From Hackney Wick the lane headed north-eastward across the marsh along the line of Eastway and met a more direct route from Homerton , the modern Homerton Road , at Temple Mills bridge. Marsh

    Hackney Social and Cultural Activities

    pool at the baths in Lower Clapton Road was converted into King's Hall leisure centre. 17 Lee Valley park authority's Eastway sports centre was opened in 1980 , on the site of Eton Manor sports ground. 18 Bicycling was pioneered

    Hackney Economic History

    modern advance was made by Lesney Products, pressure die casters at no. 1 A Shacklewell Lane by 1950 , in Eastway by 1959 , and Lee Conservancy Road by 1975 . Lesney began to make Matchbox model vehicles in 1953

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of 1,988 tons, and hal made some of the most rapid passages on record from China, Tho English ship Chinosoibah Eastway, from London for Caleutte, e as totally lost on tlhe Gajsar Sands; and the ship Thomna tirassey, from Bonibay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t Birmingham, (st.) Church, Dublin Tartar, (st.) Stewart, Glasgow Sluinnoo, Stephenson. Newcastle q Reindeer. (st.) llead, Liverpool e Victori", Eastway, london. wheat 27-Ladsv of tile l~ake. Tioward. Killouglb, grain f Fire King, (6t.) MA'Killer, Glasgow 3 colliers.- S AT T, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eliza, Clarke ; . Crown, Corbet..; Miners, Brent ;> . Pro- vidence, Jones'; Friends, Dysent; Underbill, Trick.; Rebecca, Eastway; Lovely Emily, Eastway : William, Gluyos.^Fortitude.Artgove ; Joseph, Clarke { Con- cord,! Butje ; Happy. Couple, Clarke, from Wales ; Amelia, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clark, Happy Couple, <. | ar k, Eliza, Clark, Speculation, Bryant James, Bryant, Lovely Emily, Svdall, lleco very, Uny, Rebecca, Eastway,, Stevens, Intpg-- rtty, KOsserVVilsou.Lovetino, Friea.tis Dvs-.trt, Friends, Evans, Luderhill Trick, Mines, Brunt, Jane and Mary, Reynolds, Brisk, Harding, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sl!!sSfTs H«dg., Joker, Tlwrnas, Plenipo Mallard, Neath Trader, Eaton, Letitia, Challacomb Ann, Noal George, Stncock. Jane and Mary, Reynolds Rebecca, Eastway, Alary, Chalmcon.b, Mlners.'Brent, John and I Mary, Harris, Concord, Base, Friends Dysart, Eliza Ann Williams, Fortitude, Angove Happy Couple, Subscribers-only content

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