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East India Dock Basin

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Isabel And Paul
Isabel And Paul
May 29, 2014
Virginia Quay First Settlers' Monument marks where the ships Godspeed, Susan Constant and Discovery left on their voyage that led to the founding of Jamestown, the first permanent US British settlement
Becky
Becky
July 03, 2012
A tranquil place to relax and watch the birds on the water. The area is a designated bird sanctuary. Beautiful at dusk when the water levels are low.
Daniel
Daniel
May 23, 2012
East India Dock Basin is one of London's nature reserves. The dock is the last remaining section of the once grand East India Docks, famous for transporting spices from the Far East in the 1880's.

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Location
London, E14