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1. 'The Changing Thames'
*'The Changing Thames'A poem by Ray Maynard, a former Thames lighterman. After an accident, Ray was confined to a wheelchair for 33 years and died in 1995.
2. Ted Driscoll - living conditions.
*Ted Driscoll - living conditions.Ted Driscoll recalls his childhood memories of living in a derelict block of flats and of always feeling cold.
3. 'Dirty Father Thames'.
*'Dirty Father Thames'.A poem published in the satirical magazine 'Punch', describing how filthy the river Thames had become by 1848.
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