Royal Victoria Dock, Newham, pre-1944
Looking east. This is taken from the Greater London Plan 1944 which I just acquired (Crown copyright, so reproducible now after 50+ years). No date is given, though I imagine this shot may date from the 1930s. The legend says: ' West Ham Docks. Part of one of the world's great ports, around which heavy and non-movable industry is concentrated.'
The most obvious surviving building is Spiller's flour mill, on the south side of the dock basin. A grain silo, which also survives, can be seen to the south of that.