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The Thames today

TODAY WE continue with our occasional series The Thames today. The Thames forms the southern boundary of four East London boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering. In one way it is a barrier, sealing off one direction ...

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The Thames today

TODAY WE continue with our occasional series The Thames today. The Thames forms the southern boundary of four East London boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering. In one way it is a barrier, sealing off one direction ...

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The Thames today

TODAY WE continue our occasional series The Thames today. The Thames forms the southern boundary of four East London boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering. In one way it is a barrier, sealing off one direction of ...

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The Thames today 22.03.21

TODAY WE continue with our occasional series The Thames today. The Thames forms the southern boundary of four East London boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering. In one way it is a barrier, sealing off one direction ...

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The Thames today

TODAY WE return with a new series of The Thames Today. The Thames forms the southern boundary of four East London boroughs: Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering. In one way it is a barrier, sealing off one ...

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The Thames Today

WE OPEN THE new autumn season of The Thames Today with a look at a murky stretch of water just north of Coldharbour, E14, in a photo taken yesterday, 1st October. Here a narrow inlet feeds water from the main ...

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The Thames Today

TODAY we look south west from the bridge in the middle of Millwall Dock. It’s a curious mixture of the old and the new. The once proud cranes which towered over the docks, helping to haul the cargo to shore, ...

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The Thames Today

THIS BEAUTIFUL partnership of housing and water calms the soul and must be peaceful to live in. The homes, reflected in the water, create an air of symmetry and order. The water is a short outlet from Blackwall Basin that ...

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The Thames Today

TODAY WE look out over a Thames at high tide to what we now know as the O2 Arena – one of East London’s most popular entertainment venues. The building was originally constructed to hold the Millennium Exhibition, one of ...

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The Thames Today

TODAY WE gaze north up the Millwall Inner Dock. Once a busy working dock, over the last 30 years what was once public land has been taken over by high rise blocks of flat. Most of them are for sale; ...

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