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South Quay
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South Quay


South Quay is now a business and residential area on the Isle of Dogs. It is located to the south of the West India Docks hence its name. A Quay is a landing place for the loading and unloading of ships (from the Old French quai - an enclosure).

The station was opened on 31 August 1987.





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