Published June 2000
by Art Books Intl Ltd .
Written in English
|Contributions||London"s Found Riverscape Partnership (Corporate Author), Chris Ellmers (Editor), Alex Werner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||167|
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Get this from a library! London's riverscape lost and found: a photographic panorama of the river Thames from and today. [Chris Ellmers; Alex Werner; London's Found Riverscape Partnership.;]. London's Riverscape Lost and Found: Panorama of the River from and Today Ken Livingstone, London's Found Riverscape Partnership, Chris Ellmers, Alex Werner Published by . London's Riverscape: Lost and Found compares and panoramic photographs of a fivemile stretch of river east of London Bridge; and while the walls are no longer so 'begrimed', the pictures show how the post-war replacement of wharves, warehouses and granaries with offices and executive housing has simply created a different kind of 'mad. This remarkable book presents a modern photographic panorama of the River Thames alongside one created by the Port of London Authority in London's Changing Riverscape is a fascinating study of how the 20th century has changed the face of the historic river. What was then one of the world's busiest ports is now the focus of a city's /5(15).
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