Upton - Spotted Dog

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Post to the north Forest Gate

Post to the east East Ham

Post to the south Plaistow High Street

Post to the west Stratford

Lancaster Road
St Antony's Schools 1903, a bulky. Board-school type elementary school   

Neville Road
Baptist Church 1885.  Single-storey hall 

Romford Road
Matthison? Manufacturers, built 1926, made of iron,
Baptist Church, 1881-2 by J W Chapman extended 1901.  
Sunday school hall to the rear, 1899.
512a Bard Bros Ltd. 1943.  Table jelly Manufacturers.  Some of the buildings housed the stables of the North Metropolitan Tramuays Co from c. 1896-1908.
Azhar Academy. Former Romford Rd and Stratford Congregational Church and church hall, mosque with adjoining Muslim school; originally by T. Lewis Banks, 1880-1885; interior consists of a smaller church constructed inside the larger outer shell after war damage and completed in 1958.

St Anthony’s Road:
St Anthony of Padua.  Franciscans, R.C. A church, school, and Franciscan monastery complex founded by Franciscans from Stratford.  By Pugin 1884-91. 
St.Andrew’s church.  1887 no tower, big early English.

St. George’s Road
St Angela's Ursuline School.  R.C. Convent girls' school founded in 1862, in houses in Upton Lane, by the Ursuline order of nuns.  New buildings in the gardens in 1871-2.  

Upton Avenue
Red House. 18th house which has since been a club. once used by Tuthill trade union banner maker.

Upton Lane
Emmanuel Church. By George Gilbert Scott 1852. Many trees surround it.
St.Anthony’s Catholic club is the rebuilt 18th Red House but largely rebuilt
Upton House, Lister 1827, born there
Hen House, Annie Curwen child pianist
Upton Hall 1731.  15th and 16th in the kitchen beams
Spotted Dog Pub. 16th cottage, One of Henry VIII’s hunting lodges, haunted, 1663 merchants met there during the plague  - there used to be a plaque about it. 24 hour license given by Charles II, Old Dog Bar is an ex bakers and has some older features
Mansion House, S.Gurney, banker and philanthropist.  Slave abolition centre.  1800 his sister married J.Fry - Elizabeth prison reformer.  Lived in Portway until 1829
Stratford School, 1958 by T.E. North, Borough Architect.  

Upton Park Road



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