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With his collaborator John Morrison, Harold Burdekin photographed the streets of the city of London in the dark for his book London Night, published in 193

Spooky, Beautiful 1930s Photos of London Streets at Night

With his collaborator John Morrison, Harold Burdekin photographed the streets of the city of London in the dark for his book London Night, published in...

20 London's beautiful Victorian style - Vintagetopia

A person who succumbs to him and a person who resists

The rope makers of Stepney c1900 | Spitalfields Life

In Search Of The Rope Makers Of Stepney

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

20 London's beautiful Victorian style - Vintagetopia

A person who succumbs to him and a person who resists

Rippers alley as we kids called it in the 60s led from Durward Street through to Whitechapel high Road. We ran through it scared of being caught by Jack, even though the murders were eighty years earlier.

East End Photographs and Drawings - Casebook: Jack the Ripper Forums

Discussion for general Whitechapel geography, mapping and routes the killer might have taken. Also the place for general census information and "what was it like in Whitechapel" discussions.

London General Omnibus Company Limited - the sign on the back of the omnibus reads 'Whitechapel'

Administrative Quarantine

London General Omnibus Company Limited - the sign on the back of the omnibus reads 'Whitechapel'

London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor standing on the boarding platform of the bus, 1905

VintagePhotos (@NotableHistory)

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London in the 1920's-Breton onion seller | Known as onion Jo… | Flickr

London in the 1920's-Breton onion seller

Known as onion Johnnies, the Breton farmers found a good outlet for their crops in England - wikipedia gives more information.... "Originating from the area around the town of Roscoff known as Bro Rosko, in Brittany, Onion Johnnies are farmers who find a more profitable market in England than at home, and typically bring their harvest across the English Channel in July to store in rented barns, returning home in December or January. They could have sold their products in Paris as well, but…

Petticoat Lane, London, 1900

Image Enhancements - Casebook: Jack the Ripper Forums

General discussion about anything Ripper related that does not fall into a specific sub-category. On topic-Ripper related posts only.

Posed photograph of the first LGOC female 'clippie' shaking hands with a male bus conductor, circa 1916.

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Posed photograph of the first LGOC female 'clippie' shaking hands with a male bus conductor, circa 1916.