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Such a remarkable bit of history. I so enjoyed the series of true accounts, it was inspiring. London Hospital in the East End of London - 1906 #East_End #London #Places

Such a remarkable bit of history. I so enjoyed the series of true accounts, it was inspiring. London Hospital in the East End of London - 1906

A street in Poplar, East London 1800s. It is thought that the name comes from the many Poplar trees that grew in the area. (Thanks to Rosemary Taylor ELHS)

A street in Poplar, East London It is thought that the name comes from the many Poplar trees that grew in the area. (Thanks to Rosemary Taylor ELHS)

War Dance, 1919  East London residents dance at a street party to mark the end of the First World War. Zeppelins had caused major damage to the area during the War with their indiscriminate bombing claiming many civilian lives.

War Dance, 1919 East London residents dance at a street party to mark the end of the First World War. Zeppelins had caused major damage to the area during the War with their indiscriminate bombing claiming many civilian lives.

MINI HORSE  Pet Foal, May 21, 1936    Mr Ogles of Poplar, east London, exercises his nine-week-old pet foal called Ogles.

MINI HORSE Pet Foal, May 1936 Mr Ogles of Poplar, east London, exercises his nine-week-old pet foal called Ogles.

Grime and gloom in St George’s St photographed by William Whiffin. St George’s St used to be the famous Ratcliff Highway and runs from East Smithfield to Shadwell High St. It is a maritime street and contains various establishments, religious and otherwise, which cater for the sailoR

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

East End, 1960s  Just one of the scenes captured by Steve Lewis and now included in his book, London’s East End - A 1960s Album. This one is called Halfway to Hell and shows the crowded conditions in which many families lived.

East End, Just one of the scenes captured by Steve Lewis and now included in his book, London’s East End - A Album. This one is called Halfway to Hell and shows the crowded conditions in which many families lived.

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