East End's Ten Bells Pub, still in business, where Ripper victim Annie Chapman was drinking shortly before she was murdered.

Seen on our Jack the Ripper tour: East End's Ten Bells Pub, still in business, where Ripper victim Annie Chapman was drinking shortly before she was murdered. I want to do the ripper walk for my birthday.

Derelict shop, Whitehaven

Derelict shop, Whitehaven, UK Oh my goodness this is where I live! It does't look like this anymore it has been renovated but in keeping with georgian town.

1900- Whitechapel Lads--founded in 1876, the Institute offered a home to young men who had been involved in petty criminal activity, rehabilitating them through working at the Mission which tended to the poor and needy in Whitechapel.

Whitechapel Lads--founded in the Institute offered a home to young men who had been involved in petty criminal activity, rehabilitating them through working at the Mission which tended to the poor and needy in Whitechapel.

Photograph by Horace Warner in Spitalfields at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

Around photographer Horace Warner took a series of portraits of some of the poorest people in London - creating relaxed, intimate imag.

Image of Spitalfields Nippers by Horace Warner (c.1900)

Spitafields Nippers - photographs taken by Horace Warner in Spitalfields at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Bombay Grab Public House, Poplar, 1899

The Bombay Grab was situated at 246 Bow Road. This pub was present by 1805 and by 1817 had become the brewery tap for Hodgson’s Brewery, which had relocated to an adjacent site. Hodgson’s are of course famous as one of the pioneers of the export by sea of

The Medal Winning Dogs of the London Blitz. This plucky little East End waif was adopted by Mr E King, a warden based at Southill Street near Poplar’s Langdon Park. Homeless and hungry, Rip’s keen sense of smell, sense of adventure and intrepid, terrier-like nature meant the mongrel was invaluable when it came to searching the rubble.

Rip, a mixed-breed terrier, was a Second World War search and rescue dog who was awarded the Dickin Medal for bravery in

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