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Old March 8th, 2019, 10:42 PM   #221
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Station environs & West Quay development

So, the Elizabeth Line station at the Royal Arsenal will be named "Woolwich". You find it confusing that the National Rail & DLR stations which are located outside the Arsenal are called "Woolwich Arsenal"? Get used to it.

(photo courtesy of Crossrail Ltd)

Just north of the station is Officers' House, an 18th-century building that was saved from demolition and has been restored and extended.

The square at the back of Officers' House is already looking lovely:

The artwork on the north side of the station forms a nice backdrop for the new square. The design is inspired by the Dead Man’s Penny, a bronze memorial plaque of which more than a million were produced on site during and after WWI.

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Further west, outside the historical boundaries of the Royal Arsenal, Navigator Wharf is going up. It is the first tower of what used to be called Waterfront IV, V and VI, and has now been renamed West Quay.

Above: Woolwich High Street with Waterfront III, West Quay, Riverfront House and Callis Yard. Below: Beresford Street with Riverfront House (1960s), West Quay construction site and Royal Arsenal Hotel.

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