12 July 2006

Industrial bread and a ship full of bombs

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Some reflections on history and heritage in East London and the Thames estuary. I refer to ‘Millennium Mills’, an old flour mill standing opposite the Millennium Dome, and the Richard Montgomery, a sunken US Liberty ship loaded with explosives that lies not far offshore from Sheerness – whence it was memorably described by the resident German novelist Uwe Johnson.

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This article is derived from the Third Annual Docklands Lecture, entitled ‘How will London make history in 2012’ and presented at the Museum of Docklands on Wednesday July 12th, 2006. 

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Read/See Tim Edensor’s site on British Industrial Ruins»

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