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Blackwall


Blackwall appears in records as Blackvale as early as 1337, and sometimes as Bleak wall, possibly from Old English blaee and maybe refers to a windy stretch of the River Thames.

The shipyard was built in the late 16th century and contained the original entrance to the West India Docks. The station was opened on 28 March 1994.





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