Thursday, 2 October 2008

The East End Past

How the world came to London

Sailing vessels moored at East India Docks in London around 1880. The docks, which opened after the establishment of the East India Dock Company by Parliament in 1803, could handle up to 250 ships at a time. These ships carried commodities ranging from tea and spices to silk and Persian carpets

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