Spitalfields, London - A Colorful Self-Guided Walk in the Area
This self-guided walk in Spitalfields, London will take you through the best of the area's markets, side streets, and street art.
London's fading East End: Nostalgic photos of pubs and Cockney life
The technicolour images taken between 1960 and 1980 give an intimate portrayal of East London, and have been published for the first time after they were discovered at Tower Hamlets archive centre.
14, Fournier Street, Spitalfields, London (1726)
14, Fournier Street, London (first known as Church Street), was built under a lease of 1726. The area around Christ Church, Spitalfields, previously a tenter ground and market garden, was bought by two lawyers, Charles Wood of Lincoln's Inn and Simon Michell of the Middle Temple, and developed between 1718 and 1728 as what has become known as the Wood-Mitchell estate. On 26 July 1726 the lease for No. 14 was granted by Wood and Michell to William Tayler, joiner, witnessed by Samuel Worrall…
Photographic Print: Georgian Terraced Houses and Christ Church, Spitalfields, Stepney, London, 1909 : 24x18in
size: 24x18in Photographic Print: Georgian Terraced Houses and Christ Church, Spitalfields, Stepney, London, 1909 :
aka “Dark Annie” The Second of the Canonical Five Ripper Victims September 8th, 1888; Hanbury Street, Spitalfields; 5:30 am As the nearby brewery clock struck 5:30, Elizabeth Long, also known around Whitechapel as Mrs. Durrell, was walking along Hanbury Street when she passed a man and a woman standing against No. 29. The man’s back was to her so she couldn’t see his face, but he was dressed in a long black coat and was wearing, according to Long, a deerstalker hat. As she passed, she heard…
Exploring Spitalfields And Brick Lane, London - My Life Long Holiday
Looking to explore London a bit deeper? Get off the beaten path and discover the hidden gems around Spitalfields and Brick Lane in the East end. Find out more!