Lower Dock Walk, E16

Road in/near North Woolwich

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Lower Dock Walk, E16

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Road · North Woolwich · E16 ·
December
29
2020

Lower Dock Walk is a location in London.




NEARBY STREETS
Albert Basin Way, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
Atlantis Avenue, E16 Atlantis Avenue in Beckton straddles the E6/E16 boundary.
Basin Approach, E16 Basin Approach is a road in the E16 postcode area
Basin South, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
Collier Close, E6 Collier Close is a road in the E6 postcode area
Felixstowe Court, E16 Felixstowe Court is one of the streets of London in the E16 postal area.
Felixtowe Court, E16 Felixtowe Court is a road in the E16 postcode area
Frobisher Yard, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
Gallions Reach Ferry, E6 Gallions Reach Ferry is a road in the E16 postcode area
Gallions Reach Ferry, E6 Gallions Reach Ferry is a road in the E6 postcode area
Gallions Road, E16 Gallions Road is a road in the E16 postcode area
Gallions Roundabout, E16 Gallions Roundabout is a road in the E16 postcode area
Gate 14, E16 Gate 14 is a road in the E16 postcode area
Hudson Way, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
King George V Dock, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
King George V Lock, E16 A street within the postcode
Lock Side Way, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
London E6, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
Magellan Boulevard, E16 Magellan Boulevard is a road in the E16 postcode area
North Circular Road (Old Route, E16 North Circular Road (Old Route, Disused) is a road in the E16 postcode area
Shackleton Way, E16 A street within the E16 postcode
Upper Dock Walk, E16 Upper Dock Walk is a location in London.
Weaver Close, E6 Weaver Close is a road in the E6 postcode area
Woolwich Manor Way, E16 Woolwich Manor Way is one of the streets of London in the E16 postal area.


North Woolwich

North Woolwich is a place in the London Borough of Newham. It is located north of Woolwich proper which is on the south bank of the River Thames. The two places are linked by the Woolwich Ferry and the Woolwich foot tunnel.

North Woolwich consists of two tracts of land, totalling 412 acres on the north bank of the River Thames in east London.

Administratively, North Woolwich was part of Kent at least since the Norman Conquest when one of William the Conqueror's lords, Hamon, was granted land on both sides of the Thames at this spot, probably to enable him to enjoy the taxes from cross-river traffic. It lay in the parish of Woolwich and later the Metropolitan Borough of Woolwich, but was absorbed into the London Borough of Newham in 1965 when Woolwich south of the Thames became part of the London Borough of Greenwich.

It is unique in Outer London in being part of the County of London before 1965. The population peaked just before the First World War, and reduced substantially in the Second World War when it was heavily bombed.


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