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LONT: ENVIRONMENT: London 2012 Olympic Games: Canal barge plans 'failing'

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Questions have been raised about London's boast that the 2012 Olympics would be the "greenest" ever. a sizeable proportion of the Games' massive budget has been spent dredging waterways, to help move materials to the Olympic site. The plan was for up to a thousand tonnes a day to go by barge. But the amount of business so far is only a trickle compared with what was promised.

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ENGLAND: London: Bromley-by-Bow:
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Various shots of newly-constructed Three Mills Lock at Prescott Channel

Reporter to camera

City Hall:
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Jenny Jones (Green: London Assembly) interview SOT

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ENGLAND: London: Bromley-by-Bow:
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Various shots of newly-constructed Three Mills Lock at Prescott Channel

Reporter to camera

City Hall:
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Jenny Jones (Green: London Assembly) interview SOT

Tilbury Docks:
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Barges and tugs moored in canal basin

Roger Mutton (Green Barge Company) interview SOT

Stratford:
Canal running next to Olympic Park construction site
Lorry arriving at Olympic Park construction site

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John Dowdwell (Inland Waterways Advisory Council) interview SOT

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Train tracks running alongside Olympic Park construction site

Richard Jackson (Olympic Delivery Authority) interview SOT

Bromley-by-Bow:
British Waterways launch boat through Three Mills Lock

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