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On this weblog I am intending to tell the story of the 1888 Whitechapel Murders of Jack the Ripper through photographs of the locations in which important events occurred as they look today.
2016-03-19 18:53
On the night of Polly Nichols murder, two huge fires broke out in London's docklands. One of the fires occurred in the warehouse of Messrs Dible and Co, Engineers, at the dry dock in Shadwel… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
The streets between Brick Lane and Commercial Street were dirty and narrow and filled with lodging houses of the meanest kind where a bed could be obtained for fourpence a night, or eight pe… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
Anyone who has spent time recently in Brick Lane will be aware that the street is one of the most popular in London for Indian (and other ethnic) restaurants. The popular Sheraz Balti House… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
The London Hospital stands on the south side of Whitechapel Road in the very heart of Ripper territory. It had stood in this spot since 1757, and had been granted a Royal charter by George… Read More
On The Corner Of Wentworth Street
2006-06-04 19:59
Taylor Brothers Mustard and Cocoa Mill stood on the corner where four streets met. Running South to North, Osborn Street became Brick Lane. Running West to East, Wentworth Street became Old… Read More
St Mary's
2006-05-09 18:27
The Altab Ali Park stands on Whitechapel Road opposite the entrance to Osborn Street. This was the site of the St. Mary Matfelon Church, the original White Chapel which gave the district it'… Read More
Archway
2006-04-14 19:17
This archway stands today at the entrance to a modern housing development which stands on the site of what were once known as the rookeries, Flower & Dean Street and Thrawl Street, some… Read More
Brick Lane
2006-04-07 06:18
PC Barrett rushed to the scene, and sent immediately for a doctor, Dr Timothy Killeen of 68 Brick Lane. Much of Brick Lane today has been rebuilt, and this building is no longer standing, bu… Read More
George Yard Buildings
2006-03-30 20:23
This small section of blue wall is all that remains of George Yard Buildings today. This is the corner where George Yard, or Gunthorpe Street as it is today, meets Wentworth Street. On or n… Read More
Whitechapel Skyline
2006-03-23 23:46
The skyline of Whitechapel has changed out of all recognition over the last 117 years. This photo was taken from an upstairs room of the City Hotel in Osborn Street, looking out towards Comm… Read More

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