The amazingly diverse modern-day life within these urban marinas.
Forty years ago, London’s Docklands had become 6,000 acres of forgotten wasteland after over a century as the busiest port in the world. Now these once-derelict docks are again filled with ships and boats, forming homes and businesses for an extraordinary range of people. Whether millionaires visiting on their superyachts, young tech workers wanting a cheaper place to live, craftsmen keeping ancient marine trades alive or homeless people finding refuge, these are varied and dynamic communities. Photographer Niki Gorick will reveal the amazingly diverse modern-day life within these urban marinas.
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Disclaimer: All information given is correct at the time of compiling the listings. Any questions about the event should be directed to the event organiser. Photos and images used in this listing are supplied by the organiser.2024-03-19 14:00 2024-03-19 14:00 Europe/London Dock Life Renewed: How London’s Docks are Thriving Again Photographer Niki Gorick will reveal the amazingly diverse modern-day life within these urban marinas. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2024/03/19/dock-life-renewed-how-londons-docks-are-thriving-again-365701 Guildhall Library,Aldermanbury,,London
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