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1920 – Police and Fireman’s Housing, Tilbury, London

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Architect: Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper

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Published in The Building News, July 30 1920: All these buildings have been designed for the Port of London Authority by Mr. Edwin Cooper, F.R.I.B.A., thearchitect of the central offices now approaching completion in Trinity Square- for the same Authority. The perspective shows the housing scheme at Tilbury, which includes a fire station in the centre. The drawing is at this years Royal Academy exhibition, together with two other similar water-colour views, showing the warehouse-keeper’s n»w offices at the Royal Albert Docks and the main central stores at the West India Docks, likewise reproduced among our illustrations to-day.

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