A Guided Walk of the Industrial History of the Lower Lea Valley and Olympic Park – (3 of 4)

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An exploration in Virtual Reality of the industrial history of the Lower Lea Valley and Olympic Park, and the impact this had on the environment and the conditions for those living and working in the area. Four walks in the company of Dr Jim Clifford, Ralph Ward, and Producer Atif Ghani of Hyperactive Developments, based in Here East

Walk 3 – Bow Back Rivers. Along City Mill River, from Bow flyover to the City Mill Lock, discussing the role of the Back Rivers in providing businesses with waterside access, and the significance of early industrial activity to Britains imperial growth including the manufacture of quinine.

Near Stratford, London, UK

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