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[[File:Stepney Civil Parish Map 1870 small.png|thumb|1870 map: the metropolitan borough in green]]'''Poplar''' is an area and former metropolitan borough in [[East London]]. Much of the area is taken up with the docklands area, surrounded by a large bend in the River Thames, called the Isle of Dogs.  From 1900 to 1965 it was part of the Metropolitan Borough of Poplar, which also included Bromley (referred to as Bromley-By-Bow to distinguish from [[Bromley]] in South-East London) and Bow. It is now part of the [[London Borough of Tower Hamlets]].
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[[File:Stepney Civil Parish Map 1870 small.png|thumb|1870 map: the metropolitan borough in green]]'''Poplar''' is an area and former metropolitan borough in [[East London]]. Much of the area is taken up with the docklands area, surrounded by a large bend in the River Thames, called the '''Isle of Dogs'''.  From 1900 to 1965 it was part of the Metropolitan Borough of Poplar, which also included Bromley (referred to as Bromley-By-Bow to distinguish from [[Bromley]] in South-East London) and Bow. It is now part of the [[London Borough of Tower Hamlets]].
  
 
==LGBT history==
 
==LGBT history==

Revision as of 10:55, 8 January 2016

File:Stepney Civil Parish Map 1870 small.png
1870 map: the metropolitan borough in green
Poplar is an area and former metropolitan borough in East London. Much of the area is taken up with the docklands area, surrounded by a large bend in the River Thames, called the Isle of Dogs. From 1900 to 1965 it was part of the Metropolitan Borough of Poplar, which also included Bromley (referred to as Bromley-By-Bow to distinguish from Bromley in South-East London) and Bow. It is now part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

LGBT history

In 2008 the Docklands Museum hosted "Outside Edge", an exhibition about London's black LGBT community.[1][2]

References

  1. http://www.timeout.com/london/lgbt/david-mcalmont-on-the-outside-edge-exhibition. Accessed: 2016-01-08. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6eNfFLguh)
  2. http://blog.museumoflondon.org.uk/curating-the-outside-edge-exhibition-at-the-museum-in-docklands/. Accessed: 2016-01-08. (Archived by WebCite® at http://www.webcitation.org/6eNfJJzhd)