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I came across this report the other day which I'd not noticed before, from the ELA 20th July 1889, after the murder of Alice McKenzie;

"Old Castle-street, which, like Buck's-row, in which the body of Mary Ann Nicholls [sic] was found in September of last year, is used by the costermongers of the neighbourhood for storing wheelbarrows and other miscellaneous vehicles at the close of each working day."

So maybe Buck's Row was somewhat more cluttered than generally supposed?
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I came across this report the other day which I'd not noticed before, from the ELA 20th July 1889, after the murder of Alice McKenzie;

"Old Castle-street, which, like Buck's-row, in which the body of Mary Ann Nicholls [sic] was found in September of last year, is used by the costermongers of the neighbourhood for storing wheelbarrows and other miscellaneous vehicles at the close of each working day."

So maybe Buck's Row was somewhat more cluttered than generally supposed?
Have to say I have heard nothing like that before Joshua.
There would be space after the Board School, where the road opens and was once considered a square. However I have found nothing which supports that article.

Would be great if someone had some data on it. Great find by the way.


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