Conder Street, E14
Road, existing between the 1900s and now
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Conder Street, now a tiny cul-de-sac once ran north all the way to Maroon Street
Before a change of name, parts of the street were known as James Street and Salmon Lane
It was laid out sometime in the nineteenth century.
Much of the area was redeveloped to make way for local community housing. Similarly, all that remains of Condor Street is a 10-yard cul-de-sac, beyond which is a vast 1970s council housing estate.
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