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Frying Pan public house where Polly Ann Nichols drank before her murder

This is great many thanks Chris!! I've had many a curry (sadly no beer is sold there now) over the years and often wondered what it looked like back in the day.
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While I am a supporter of the Ripper walks when they are well done by a good historian, the argument could be made that, nonetheless, such walks glorify Jack the Ripper and his bloody deeds.

There's a chap who does a Kray's walk, starting at the Blind Beggar, now their within living memory surely that's worse? But people still go on the tour!!!
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The Blind Beggar in a magic lantern slide.


Thanks again Chris Don't think the building on the right is there anymore as that's were the beer garden now is?
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The Frying Pan as it looks today.
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The Culpeper, such a shame they renamed this one, but at least it's still there I suppose.
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The King's Store, cracking location but certainly the most "trendified" of all the pubs.
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