View of West India Docks from the south east in 1840.

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View of West India Docks from the south east in 1840. This was an age when the British Navy ruled the waves and goods were being shipped to and from London from America, India and Africa. West India Quay was given the name because ships landed here from the Caribbean carrying sugar produced on the plantations of Jamaica by slaves

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