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Working Lives – Audio – Transport

Fred Morrison, a train shunter at Samuel Williams and Sons from 1950-1980 talks about longtime service at the firm

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Ode to Dagenham Dock Level Crossing, a poem by Chris Cole a dock estimator at Samuel Williams and Sons

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Chris Cole discusses the decline of Thames traffic in the 1970s

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This former industry worker describes the perks of working by the Thames.

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Leonard Cooper, a docker at Samuel Williams and Sons remembers falling in the Thames at the time of the Tokyo Olympics in 1964.

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