22 July 2011 to 05 February 2012
A display of 20 images reflecting the construction, impact and changes to the environment during the work to build the Olympic Park in East London
In February 2010, staff from the Museum of London Docklands began regular visits to the Olympic Park at Stratford to capture the ongoing construction work and its impact.
A display of 20 images of the hundreds taken will be brought together in a free exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands, opening in July.
The images will be displayed under three categories: looking at the site under construction; the impact on the surrounding boroughs and the effect the works have had on the local environment.
There will also be a display of archive images detailing the fascinating history of the Olympic site.
Every picture was taken from a location accessible to the general public and it is hoped that this display will inspire locals, Londoners at large and visitors to see for themselves this area of East London as final touches are put in place for next year's games.
Exhibition spokesperson and Visitor Host, Dave Matthews, said: “YOUR 2012 is exactly what it says – your Games, your history and your future”.
The display at the Museum of London Docklands is free and runs from 22 July 2011 to 05 February 2012.