East London Gallery

Images from across East London. By using public transport you can get to most areas of East London quickly. The following HDR images were shot by myself (or scanned in) whilst out exploring the area. Hope you enjoy them.

Click the thumbnail images for a large view of HDR East London! Photographs of Limehouse Basin, Woolwich Free Ferry, Millennium Mills, Royal Victoria Dock, Canary Wharf and lots more famous East London landmarks.
All images / photos are copyright Malcolm Oakley.


One comment on “East London Gallery
  1. Terence Woollard says:

    Does anyone know of a calendar probably printed for the year 1990 that had a photo of Pop Freeman standing outside his shoe shop with the riggings of sailing ships over the roof?
    I saw the photo in 1990 just before my elder brother
    died but as I wasn’t into genealogy then I never paid too much attention.
    So if anyone who knows if it’s existence please let me know.
    Thank you

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