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Dagenham is located approximately 11.5 miles (18.5 km) east of Charing Cross in Central London.
The wards of Alibon, Mayesbrook, Parsloes, Thames and Valence are in the Barking Parliamentary Constituency.Dagenham Dock station opened on the original southern route in 1908.Dagenham was still an undeveloped village, when building of the vast Becontree estate by the London County Council began in the early 1920s.Sterling who were famous for manufacturing British Army weapons and Jaguar car parts were also based in Dagenham until they went bankrupt in 1988.Other industrial names once known worldwide were Ever Ready, whose batteries could be found in shops throughout the Commonwealth, Bergers Paint and the chemical firm of May & Baker who in 1935 revolutionized the production of antibiotics with their synthetic sulfa-drug known as M&B 693.At the time of the 2011 census, the Alibon ward (north of Heathway station) was 61% White British and 15% Black African.
Dagenham is more ethnically homogeneous compared to the other town of the borough, Barking, where the indigenous population is in the minority.A 500-acre (2 km²) riverside site was developed to become Europe's largest car plant, a vast vertically integrated site with its own blast furnaces and power station, importing iron ore and exporting finished vehicles.By the 1950s Ford had taken over Briggs at Dagenham and its other sites at Doncaster, Southampton, Croydon and Romford.In 1932 the electrified District line of the London Underground was extended to Upminster through Dagenham with stations opened as Dagenham and Heathway and today called Dagenham East and Dagenham Heathway.Services on the London Tilbury & Southend line at Dagenham East were withdrawn in 1962.The May & Baker plant, owned and run by Sanofi-Aventis, occupied a 108-acre site in Rainham Road South, near Dagenham East Underground station.