Shelter: 150 Years of Housing and Crisis
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Hop aboard the National Trust´s 1962 Routemaster Coach and meander from south to east London exploring examples of how housing has changed from the 1860s to the present day: everything from the Trust's founder's Red Cross Cottages to Modernist landmark Bevin Court, concluding with some surprising modern example of London homes. Starts in SE1.