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Regenerating Maritime London 1980 - present.
By the early 1980s the docks had all closed. At the same time, much of the industry that had grown up along the Thames also declined, leaving large...
The expansion of London AD 43 - 2000.
From the Roman settlement onwards, London's docks and its world-wide maritime connections have played a major role in the development of the City and...
Maritime London AD 43 -1650.
The Roman settlement of Londinium was founded in AD 43 and quickly grew to become an important port and trading centre with links to the continent...
George Adams - Recollections of changes in the Port of London.
George compares the busy commercial river of the past with the quiet river of today. Where once there were hundreds of ships, barges, tugs and...
Frank Shilling - Recollections of changes in the Port of London.
Frank describes the great changes that have taken place along the river since he worked as a docker. The wharves have all closed and been transformed...
Boom and bust: Docklands 1914 - 80.
During the 1920s and 1930s, despite the ups and downs of trade including the major trade depression of the 1930s, the port continued to handle an...
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