South West India Dock Entrance, E14

Road is in an area which may have existed since the nineteenth century or before with housing mainly dating from the 1990s

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1 West India Quay · Adams Place · Admiral Place · Agnes Street · Albert Mews · Amoy Place · Andersen’s Wharf · Andersens Wharf · Arcadia Street · Aston Street · Augusta Street · Barleycorn Way · Bartlett Close · Bartlett Park · Barton Mews · Bellmouth Passage · Bellmouth Promenade West · Bellmouth Walk · Berber Place · Birchfield Street · Blyths Wharf · Bowen Street · Bramwell Way · Bright Street · Brightlingsea Place · Buckters Rents · Byfield Close · Bywater Place · Cabot Square · Callingham Close · Camdenhurst Street · Canada Square Park · Canary Riverside · Canary Wharf · Canary Wharf Pier · Canary Wharf Pier · Canary Wharf · Capstan Way · Carbis Road · Carron Close · Carter Square · Cartier Circle · Chaseley Street · Chilcot Close · Churchill Place · Clyde Square · Coalmakers Wharf · Colonnade · Commercial Pier Wharf · Conder Street · Cotall Street · Cottage Street · Crossrail Place · Crossrail Walk · Dingle Gardens · Dolphin Lane · Dora Street · Duff Street · Dundee Wharf · East India Dock Road Tunnel · East Quay · Edward Mills Way · Elizabeth Close · Epstein Square · Equinox Square · Farrance Street · Filigree Court · Finchs Court Mews · Finchs Court · Fir Trees Close · Fishermans Place · Flat 108 · Flora Close · Frances Wharf · Frank Whipple Place · Garford Street · Giraud Street · Greenland Passage · Grenade Street · Hale Street · Harbour Way · Harrow Lane · Hay Currie Street · Hearnshaw Street · Heron Place · Heron Quays · Hind Grove · Hobday Street · Horns Stairs · Jeremiah Street · John Nash Mews · Jonzen Walk · Jubilee Park · Kemps Drive · Keymer Place · Kildare Walk · Landmark Square · Limehouse Causeway (1936) · Limehouse Causeway · Limehouse Link · Limekiln Dock bridge · Lowell Street · Market Square · Market Way · Mill Place · Mill Quay · Ming Street · Montgomery Square · Montgomery Street · Morant Street · Mountague Place · Myers Walk · Navis House · New Festival Avenue · North Quay Place · Norway Place · Oak Lane · Office 39 · Office 40 · Old School Square · Ontario Way · Pageant Crescent · Pageant Stairs · Park Pavilion · Park Row · Parnham Street · Patina Walk · Pekin Close · Pelling Street · Pinefield Close · Pinnacle Way · Plimsoll Close · Poplar · Poplar High Street · Poplar · Premiere Place · Quayside House · Quebec Wharf · Raby Street · Redwood Close · Reuters Plaza · Rhodeswell Road · Rich Street · Rigden Street · Rolling Mills Mews · Ropemaker’s Fields · Rosefield Gardens · Ross Way · Roy Square · Russia Dock Road · Saint Anne Street · Salmon Lane · Salmon Street · Salton Square · Saracen Street · Saunders Close · Shaw Crescent · Shirbutt Street · Simpson’s Road · Smythe Street · South West India Dock Entrance · Southill Street · St Annes Street · St. Annes Street · Stocks Place · Stoneyard Lane · Storehouse Mews · Sturry Street · Susannah Street · The Arcade · The Mitre · The Warehouse · Third Space 16-19 Canada Square · Tivoli Mews · Unit 1/2 Churchill Place · Upper Bank Street · Vesey Path · Victory Place · West India Avenue · West Wintergarden · Westcott House · Westferry · Wharf Lane · Williamsburg Plaza · Willis Street · Wilson’s Place · Woodall Close · Woodstock Terrace · Wren Landing
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South West India Dock Entrance is a road in the E14 postcode area

The 1750 Rocque map is bounded by Sudbury (NW), Snaresbrook (NE), Eltham (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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The 1800 mapping is bounded by Stanmore (NW), Woodford (NE), Bromley (SE) and Hampton Court (SW).
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The 1830 mapping is bounded by West Hampstead (NW), Hackney (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Chelsea (SW).
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The 1860 mapping is bounded by Brent Cross (NW), Stratford (NE), Greenwich (SE) and Hammermith (SW).
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