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Signs from the past

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What do you remember about the working river?
What did you do in your free time?
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June Smith - The Swing Bridge
Tony Pink - A deaf football team
Tony Pink - Visiting the National Maritime Museum
Steven Pink - Tower Bridge beach
Steven Pink - Shops and churches
Steven Pink - A docker's pub


Introductions
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What did you do in your free time?
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VideoSigns from the past
The background to the project
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StoriesThe 20th-century port
The changing fortunes of Docklands and the port
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GalleriesVideoThe 20th-century port video gallery
From 1914 to the present day
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National Maritime Museum/Royal Observatory GreenwichNew Opportunities Fund 
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