More Sights of Whitechapel 

A very Victorian looking street

Spitalfields has long been associated with the cloth trade. Several wholesalers and small businesses still operate in the area.

Looking up Fournier Street from the notorious Ten Bells Pub

These particular streets are some of the finest examples of their type… Built for aristocratic Huguenot refugees from France in 18th Century

I love this door… Like Platform 9 3/4 in Harry Potter

Not do long ago, this would have been one of the better looking properties in the area.

Looking up to the Trumans Brewery

The famous Brick Lane – a mile of the finest Indian restaurants in the world.

Brick Lane mosque… At night the minaret glows from neon lights. 100 years sho it was a synagogue, 200 years ago a Huguenot church.

Fournier Street was named after George Fournier. Once the most likely home of Jack The Ripper,for the many decades it has been the hope to the internationally renowned collaborative art duo of Gilbert and George.

All Saints Church

All Saints Church

Blitz London

Blitz London – One of the many funk retro clothes stores

About Stephen Liddell

I am a writer and traveller with a penchant for history and getting off the beaten track. With several books to my name including several #1 sellers. I also write environmental, travel and history articles for magazines as well as freelance work. I run my private tours company with one tour stated by the leading travel website as being with the #1 authentic London Experience. Recently I've appeared on BBC Radio and Bloomberg TV and am waiting on the filming of a ghost story on British TV. I run my own private UK tours company (Ye Olde England Tours) with small, private and totally customisable guided tours run by myself!
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14 Responses to More Sights of Whitechapel 

  1. Boyer Writes says:

    I like the colors in your 6th picture down. The pinks are multi-colored…and antiqued.

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  2. Enjoyed the trip around. The buildings are so interesting – a reminiscence of days gone by

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  4. Enjoyed reading this – may well find an excuse for linking to it in a post on my London transport themed website

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  5. Gilbert and George have just had a major retrospective exhibition in Tasmania – and I was lucky enough to catch it in its final days. Amazing stuff. Love your images!

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