Pov through 1960s london docks 35mm docklands thekinolibrary 1960s london docks pov from front of car driving through docks 1960s brixton london street scenes shops . The three basins of the east india docks and the blackwall reach of the thames seen from the air c1935 aerial view of the river thames and shipping in the basins to the north east of the isle of dogs with the demise of london as a port in the 1960s the docks were mostly filled in. The author of london docks of the 1960s mark lee inman was a student at queen marys college in the second half of the 1960s it was a time when the port from tilbury up to the pool of london was still thriving prior to the introduction of containerization and roll on roll off ferries. Les dawson worked in londons docks from the beginning of the 1960s until the demise of the riverside industry in the early 1970s it was very difficult to actually get into the industry and it was never a permanent job men worked from wharf to wharf depending on how many men were needed for a shipment
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