Limehouse

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I think this is the back of The Grapes pub in Limehouse, England Victorian London, Vintage London, Victorian Street, Old London, Victorian Buildings, Victorian Architecture, City Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Victorian Era

At The Grapes in Limehouse

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Izis Bidermanas 1952 In Pennyfields, Limehouse Old London, East End London, Vintage London, London City, London History, British History, England Uk, London England, Old Pictures

Izis Bidermanas’ London

In the midst of life I woke to find myself living in an old house beside Brick Lane in the East End of London

Bombs dropped in Tower Hamlets - Bomb Sight - Mapping the World War 2 London Blitz Bomb Census London History, British History, Uk History, Vintage London, Old London, London Bombings, Tower Hamlets, East End London, Isle Of Dogs

DAMAGE CAUSED BY V2 ROCKET ATTACKS IN BRITAIN, 1945

HU 88803. Ruined flats in Limehouse East London. Hughes Mansions Vallance Road following the explosion of the last German V2 rocket to fall on London 27 March 1945

Dorothy Gish (sitting in a window with a black cat) as the ‘limehouse waif’ in London, 1926 Dorothy Gish, Lillian Gish, Crazy Cat Lady, Crazy Cats, Son Chat, Silent Film Stars, Black White, Cat Boarding, Cat People

Women and Cats will do as they please...

...and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea. - Robert A. Heinlein

 (Part of the area covered by the Midwives and Nuns of Nonnatus House in Call The Midwife) Vintage London, Old London, Nonnatus House, East End London, Isle Of Dogs, Call The Midwife, London History, London Pictures, Greater London

R. Passmore Co., Limehouse, London. (Part of the area covered by the Midwives and Nuns of Nonnatus House in Call The Midwife)

The Strangers Home for Asiatics in Pennyfields, Limehouse (active from 1857 to 1937) was built on the initiative of East End missionary societies and funded through a public subscription: it "admits all creeds, all races, all castes, and all callings. It has reading and smoking and bagatelle rooms, bedrooms, baggage rooms, kitchens, and dining rooms, where every individual can cook and eat his meal with the ritual which his conscience commands him, undefiled by even the shadow of an… Irish Catholic, East End London, London Photos, Life Is Hard, British History, London Travel, Looking Back, Self Help, Britain

The Strangers Home for Asiatics in Pennyfields, Limehouse (active from 1857 to 1937) was built on the initiative of East End missionary societies and funded through a public subscription: it "admits all creeds, all races, all castes, and all callings. It has reading and smoking and bagatelle rooms, bedrooms, baggage rooms, kitchens, and dining rooms, where every individual can cook and eat his meal with the ritual which his conscience commands him, undefiled by even the shadow of an…