Docklands (London) Reviews
Description:From "Tower Bridge" to the "Isle of Dogs" and Canary Wharf.
Newest Review: ... developments, but are more the old Eastend corners that escaped the wartime bombings which hit Tower Hamlets probably more than any other part of London. Wapping, known for the News International production plant, for example, is a bundle of new developments, gyms, supermarkets, closeted south of Cable Street, famous for the so-called 'Battle of Cable Street' where Mosley's ... more
Customer Docklands (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 15/09/00, updated on 15/09/00 (Very useful, 157 readings)
Docklands has undergone a transformation through the eighties and nineties, but it can't escape it's roots amongst the Thames' snaky path east. From the building developments, Canary Wharf, presently the tallest building in London, towers. Canary Wharf is an office building with a shopping centre in the middle, in a vain hope of attracting the new yuppie-types moving into Docklands. I've never seen this shopping centre at anything remotely near to busy, but then, it doesn't have the greatest selection of shops! A new cinema has just opened in West India Quay, multi-screen multiplex, same as there are all over the place really. ... Read the complete review
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