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The Gun, West India Dock, London. (Horatio and Emma used to meet up here for dirty weekends.)
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The Gun, West India Dock, London. (Horatio and Emma used to meet up here for dirty weekends.)

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London Borough of Hackney
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London Borough of Hackney

London Borough of Hackney
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* * Ten Bells Spitalfields (Annie Chapman was last seen alive drinking in this pub.)
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* * Ten Bells Spitalfields (Annie Chapman was last seen alive drinking in this pub.)

* * Ten Bells Spitalfields (Annie Chapman was last seen alive drinking in this pub.)
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The Crown and Woolpack pub near the Angel, Islington, where in 1902-3 Nikolai Lenin and his confederates (calling themselves 'The League of Foreign Barbers') used to meet. Opened in 1851 the Crown and Woolpack is sadly no more. This pub, which in Victorian times housed the meetings of the 'Walton and Cotton Angling Club', closed in 1990,
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The Crown and Woolpack pub near the Angel, Islington, where in 1902-3 Nikolai Lenin and his confederates (calling themselves 'The League of Foreign Barbers') used to meet. Opened in 1851 the Crown and Woolpack is sadly no more. This pub, which in Victorian times housed the meetings of the 'Walton and Cotton Angling Club', closed in 1990,

The Crown and Woolpack pub near the Angel, Islington, where in 1902-3 Nikolai Lenin and his confederates (calling themselves 'The League of Foreign Barbers') used to meet. Opened in 1851 the Crown and Woolpack is sadly no more. This pub, which in Victorian times housed the meetings of the 'Walton and Cotton Angling Club', closed in 1990,
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The George Inn Yard, 77 Borough High Street SE1 1NH The George Inn Yard is the last remaining galleried coaching inn in London and is owned by The National Trust. It was destroyed in the Great Fire, and was rebuilt in 1667 and frequented by Charles Dickens who mentioned it in Little Dorrit and who seemed to be a regular at many old London pubs.
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The George Inn Yard, 77 Borough High Street SE1 1NH The George Inn Yard is the last remaining galleried coaching inn in London and is owned by The National Trust. It was destroyed in the Great Fire, and was rebuilt in 1667 and frequented by Charles Dickens who mentioned it in Little Dorrit and who seemed to be a regular at many old London pubs.
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White Lion Hotel, Tenterden, Kent. Apart from drinking and eating here, I once slept in the uppermost left attic room.
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White Lion Hotel, Tenterden, Kent. Apart from drinking and eating here, I once slept in the uppermost left attic room.

White Lion Hotel, Tenterden, Kent. Apart from drinking and eating here, I once slept in the uppermost left attic room.
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* * RICHARD I, 52-54 Royal Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8RT
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* * RICHARD I, 52-54 Royal Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8RT

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The Swan Inn, Little Chart, Kent. My cousin Simon's wedding reception was held here.

The Swan Inn, Little Chart, Kent. My cousin Simon's wedding reception was held here.

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The Rose & Crown at its original location in Stoke Newington Church Street before it was rebuilt in the early 1930’s across the street when the junction was widened.

The Rose & Crown at its original location in Stoke Newington Church Street before it was rebuilt in the early across the street when the junction was widened.

The Barley Mow, Marylebone by Chris Whippet on Geograph

The Barley Mow, Marylebone by Chris Whippet on Geograph

White Hart, Lower Clapton Road, c 1890

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The Walnut Tree, Aldington, Kent; postcard dated 1905.

The Walnut Tree, Aldington, Kent; postcard dated

kent, biddenden UK

kent, biddenden UK

Shops in Middle Row, Ashford, Kent. I think the shops have changed now!

Middle Row Ashford, Pencil picture of shopping area, Middle Row

Stoke Newington Church Street (1922)

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Cows and flock of sheep in Stoke Newington Church Street 1922

151 Stoke Newington Church Street subsidence collage

151 Stoke Newington Church Street subsidence collage

c1920 - Church Row houses (1695-1935) which stood on the site of the Tudor Manor House where the Town Hall is today

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- Church Row houses which stood on the site of the Tudor Manor House where the Town Hall is today

Stoke-Newington-High-Street-Tram-c.1908.

Stoke Newington High Street, looking north, Stoke Newington Church on the left.

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