Tracey Bellamy Court
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5635832-1318646
5635832-1318645
5635832-1318644
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Tracey Bellamy Court

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Tracey Bellamy Court is in the northernmost angle of Frank Whipple Estate, between Regent’s Canal and the railway lines. This block of sixty social housing homes in Tower Hamlets, London was opened in June 2015. Frank Whipple came to London as a youngster in 1916, when his family moved from Ireland. He started supporting Millwall Football Club in in 1918 and stayed with them until his death in 2011, aged 103. Frank was a shop steward for garment workers and held strong political views. He was involved in the General Strike fought against fascists in Cable Street in the 1930’s and served in the police in WW2. The estate is close to where he lived. Three of the blocks are named after local footballers of the WWI era: Bill Voisey, Walter Tull and George Hilsdon. The fourth block is named after Tracey Bellamy who had worked for Tower Hamlets Community Housing and had passed away in 2011. The footbridge near Salmon Lane Lock can be seen in the distance of this black and white landscape (horizontal) format print which was created from a photograph made from the towpath, across the canal to the northeast.

  • Fine Art photographic print by Graham Saxby
  • Holographically Certificated Limited Edition number
  • Carbon Neutral printing by theprintspace in London and  Dusseldorf
  • Giclée printing on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Fine Art paper
  • Available in four sizes and prices
  • Sample mock-ups show how great it could look in your home or office
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