The Your 2012 exhibition is up and running and we are getting some fantastic feedback. If you have not already seen it then come along to the Museum of London Docklands and visit our free exhibition detailing the changes that have been going on around the Olympic site at Stratford.
So much has been happening recently that I felt obliged to give you this bumper blog update detailing the big changes. To begin, there is now a large bridge that is going over Stratford High Street so that users of the Greenway do not need to cross the road.
Health and Safety during the construction of the bridge has been a priority as can be seen from the below:
Further construction is also continuing on the Orbit. It is now over 76 metres high.
The Greenway beside the stadium has also been busy with its own art installation that you can see below:
If you were wondering what the explanation for this artwork is then read below:
If you would like to find out more about the Olympic site then I recommend that you come along to one of our Olympic walking tours, ‘Walk the Olympic Way: Stratford Regeneration Tour’ which happen every Saturday and the last Wednesday of each month.
In case you are wondering what the tours are like, here are some photos from last week’s tour with our ever-enthusiastic resident Stratford and Olympic expert, Dave.
Finally, a reminder that we are looking for your photographs and observations of the Olympic Park to share on our YOUR 2012 flickr group. We will also be sharing in this group some of the hundreds of images that we took while developing this display.