The magazine of the photo-essay
June 2019 issue
East End in Colour 1980 - 1990
“A free, really high quality photo-essay magazine.  Fabulous!” Stephen Fry. British actor, writer and film maker
by Tim Brown
A second volume of astonishing unpublished photos documenting East London’s changing landscape. Following the sell-out success of The East End in Colour 1960 - 1980, this book by a new photographer continues from 1980 as the regeneration of the East End accelerates to an unprecedented degree. Tim Brown, a driver on London Underground’s Central Line, spent his spare time photographing the city’s financial centre and transport hubs, including the Docklands
area just before the developers seized control of this vast industrial wasteland. His never-before-seen colour images were discovered by photographer Chris Dorley-Brown who edited and curated both this book and David Granick’s The East End in Colour 1960 - 1980. Like Granick’s photographs, Tim Brown’s book serves as a nostalgic record of a corner of the capital that has changed almost beyond recognition. Hoxton Mini Press
Bishopsgate, 1988
High Road Leytonstone, 1987
Spitalfields Market, Brushfield Street, 1988
High Road Leytonstone, 1988
Queen Victoria, Gillender Street, 1990
Liverpool Street station, 1987
North Quay Junction, 1988
On the DLR travelling from Westferry to Poplar, 1988
Bow Creek and Leamouth Peninsula, 1990
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View of Canary Wharf site from Canary Wharf DLR station, 1988
High Road Leytonstone, 1987