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Weston favell shopping centre. Back in the day.

Weston favell shopping centre. Back in the day.

The old arcade had an Our Price and Elizabeth the Chef. Now Peacock Place shopping centre.

The old arcade had an Our Price and Elizabeth the Chef. Now Peacock Place shopping centre.

The Friars Kitchen - Grosvenor Center - my first Saturday Job was here

The Friars Kitchen - Grosvenor Center - my first Saturday Job was here

Pupils at Weston Favell Primary School make their own version of the Olympic Torch. The pupils walked through nearby Weston Favell Shopping Centre proudly displaying the torch they had made in school.

Pupils at Weston Favell Primary School make their own version of the Olympic Torch. The pupils walked through nearby Weston Favell Shopping Centre proudly displaying the torch they had made in school.

Entrance to the Grosvenor shopping centre

Entrance to the Grosvenor shopping centre

Dirty: Residents walking around London, such as to a local market pictured above, during the smog reported being left filthy from simply walking through the streets

Pea souper that killed 12,000: So black you couldn't see the screen in cinemas. So suffocatingly lethal they ran out of coffins. How the Great Smog choked London 60 years ago this week

Pea souper that killed So black you couldn't see the screen in cinemas. So suffocatingly lethal they ran out of coffins. How the Great Smog choked London 60 years ago this week

Frederick Wilfred - The Happy Wanderers - Leicester Square - London 1950s

The Happy Wanderers (also Roadstars) - hugely famous West End buskers - to Frederick Wilfred - London Street Photography

flood downs court hackney 1985 by chrisdb1, via Flickr

instant lido hackney, london, uk © chris dorley-brown my website filmwork My latest book “The Longest Way Round” available here

'The garage was in Pennyfields, under the bridge carrying the London and Blackwall Railway into West India Docks.' From Foul Trade by BK Duncan. www.bkduncan.com

East London and Limehouse - How the tables have turned The name Limehouse carries some unsavoury connotations. It appeared as a district filled with crime and opium dens in Charles Dickens’ The.

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