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Just 20 minutes from Central London, between Canary Wharf and Stratford on the Jubilee Line, another 'untold' London exists..The areas around the old Royal Docks.
Named after Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, and King George V, and created between[masked], this part of Docklands is rapidly regenerating as part of post-Olympics 'New' London..
Join a history walk of the area the other side of the River Lea in East London before the last of its old East-End industrial-age complexion disappears.
You'll see the regeneration developments of the last few decades:
the Thames Barrier
University of East London
, and the
London Regatta Centre
, as well as the
huge residential developments
taking place as you explore the last Victorian relics and vanishing industrial heritage of the area.
Along the way, discover
tales of disasters
, and plentymore as we explore 200 years of history and happenings.
The walk takes approximately 3 hours, though Dan never rushes - it takes as long as it takes! The tour will go ahead rain or shine. Remember to dress for the weather and wear shoes you know you'll be comfortable walking in for a few hours.
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