Industrial History of the Lower River Lea

In this two hour walk Rob Smith looks at the industrial heritage of the area South of Stratford, and the fantastic Victorian (and earlier) architecture that remains. He will talk about how the Lea was important to the development of London. You will see buildings associated with railways, printing, canals, sewage, mills, shipbuilding and gas supply, and see what is planned in the area for the future.


26 June 2019

18:00 -20:30

Admission: £12

More Info: footprintsoflondon.com/walks

Tickets/Booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/working-river-an-industrial-history-of-the-lower-lea-tickets-54695686270


Organiser Info


Location


Stratford Station

Station Street Stratford London E15 1AZ

07806714006

Meet by the steam engine outside the Stratford Town entrance