This definitive guide to the buildings of the Docklands follows the River Thames from Tower Bridge to the Essex marshes on the north bank, and from London to Bermondsey on the south. An essential companion, it explores the exciting new developmentsthat have transformed this vital part of London, as well as the magnificent remains of docks, warehouses and historic riverside communities.
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SIR NIKOLAUS PEVSNER (1902-1983) was one of the most learned and stimulating writers on art and architecture this century.
ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON worked for twenty years with The Buildings of England series. She is now the Architectural Editor of the Victoria History of the Counties of England.
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