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Dockworker, Heraklion, Creta , 1937 by Herbert List

Dockworker, Heraklion, Creta , 1937 by Herbert List

Maximilien Luce (French, 1858-1941), Le débardeur [The docker]. Ol on canvas, 116.2 x 89.5 cm.

Maximilien Luce (French, 1858-1941), Le débardeur [The docker]. Ol on canvas, 116.2 x 89.5 cm.

Dockers sculpture. - The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson (London)

Dockers sculpture. - The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson (London)

Dockers sculpture. - The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson (London)

Dockers sculpture. - The lifesize sculpture of London dockworkers was sculpted by Les Johnson (London)

Antoine Serra - La grève des dockers à Marseille contre la guerre d'Indochine - 1950

Antoine Serra - La grève des dockers à Marseille contre la guerre d'Indochine - 1950

Stevedores, 1950

Stevedores, 1950

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

A Working Class Statue Is Something To Be… | Londonist (pictured - One of our favourites, the Dockers Sculpture lurks beside the ExCel centre at Royal Victoria Docks. The three workers represent actual people: John Ringwood, a former seaman; stevedore Patrick Holland; and Mark Tibbs of Canning Town. It’s by Les Johnson and stands about three metres high.)

Stevedore, illustration from 'Four And Twenty Toilers', engraved and printed by Edmund Evans at the Racquet Court Press, pub. by Grant Richards, London, 1900 (colour litho)

Stevedore, illustration from 'Four And Twenty Toilers', engraved and printed by Edmund Evans at the Racquet Court Press, pub. by Grant Richards, London, 1900 (colour litho)

Grève des dockers, Liverpool, 1954

Grève des dockers, Liverpool, 1954


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Statue of a Docker | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Statue of a Docker | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Dockers Strike July 1923, entering East India Dock Road

Dockers Strike July 1923, entering East India Dock Road

Description: In 1889, thousands of dockers walked out of work, demanding the famous 'Dockers' Tanner' and changes to the way they were employed. The casual dockers, depicted in this illustration, were at the forefront of the strike. They had to compete with their fellow workers to be taken on for a few hours a day, and were at the mercy of the contractors and foremen who hired and fired as they pleased. Creator: 'Illustrated London News' Date: 28 September 1889

Description: In 1889, thousands of dockers walked out of work, demanding the famous 'Dockers' Tanner' and changes to the way they were employed. The casual dockers, depicted in this illustration, were at the forefront of the strike. They had to compete with their fellow workers to be taken on for a few hours a day, and were at the mercy of the contractors and foremen who hired and fired as they pleased. Creator: 'Illustrated London News' Date: 28 September 1889

"I recommend dropping the subject.  You can't do better than to be interested in some lime works anywhere down about Northfleet, and doubtful whether some of your lime don't get into bad company as it comes up in the barges."   "You hear Eugene?" said Lightwood, over his shoulder. "You are deeply interested in lime." "Without lime," returned that unmoved barrister-at-law, "my existence would be unilluminated by a ray of hope." -Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens

"I recommend dropping the subject. You can't do better than to be interested in some lime works anywhere down about Northfleet, and doubtful whether some of your lime don't get into bad company as it comes up in the barges." "You hear Eugene?" said Lightwood, over his shoulder. "You are deeply interested in lime." "Without lime," returned that unmoved barrister-at-law, "my existence would be unilluminated by a ray of hope." -Our Mutual Friend, Charles Dickens

A new exhibition at the Museum of London showcases over 200 candid images of everyday life from London's streets spanning 150 years from 1860. An early sepia-toned (above) ahows children playing at a water trough in Barnet High Street, c.1900.

In pictures: London street life

A new exhibition at the Museum of London showcases over 200 candid images of everyday life from London's streets spanning 150 years from 1860. An early sepia-toned (above) ahows children playing at a water trough in Barnet High Street, c.1900.

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London Docks

London Docks

Surrey Docks: Timber porters carrying deals along gang planks suspended over stacks, on 3td July, 1929.

Surrey Docks: Timber porters carrying deals along gang planks suspended over stacks, on 3td July, 1929.

Stevedores port o' London

Stevedores port o' London

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