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  • erobitha
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    The collection below is from Dan Cruickshank's own photos from the 70's uploaded to this academic blog:
    https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/survey-of-lo...n-cruickshank/

    Lambeth Street
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    London Dock warehouses (Pennington Street on north side)
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    187 Whitechapel Road
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    Sugar Refinery / Tea Warehouse, Dock St, Whitechapel
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  • Joshua Rogan
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    Crikey, look at all those peaked caps!

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  • erobitha
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    Petticoat Lane (Oct 1888)

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  • Christian
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    Originally posted by erobitha View Post
    29 Hanbury Street (1965)

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    Cracker

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  • erobitha
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    London Bridge (1890)

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    Barnados Boy (1888)

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Great stuff Erobitha. We all love the old black and white photos but the addition of colour does bring them to life. Great to see.

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  • erobitha
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    Dick Whittingham Inn (Ye Old Dick) (c 1900-1910) Smithfield EC1A

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  • erobitha
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    From The Liverpool Echo's online gallery 'Jack The Ripper's London'. It is estimated from 1965.

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  • erobitha
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    Some fresh ones out of the oven. This batch is courtesy of The Sun online which ran an online gallery 'Jack The Ripper's Old Haunts'. Caption details are a little sparse. Estimated they are all from around 1888. The ladies outside the pub is Chrisp Street.


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    Last edited by erobitha; 07-11-2021, 09:05 AM.

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  • Ozzy
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    Thanks again erobitha.

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  • erobitha
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    By Request - MJK Second Photo

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  • Ozzy
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    Many thanks erobitha.
    I wish I had a hi-res version of the other MJK scene pictures. The one showing here legs in the foreground, and then the table.
    My version is quite dark. It's only 624 x 964. Here's a link if you want to give it a go.
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/nmr9ojle2a...table.jpg?dl=1

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  • erobitha
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    Originally posted by Ozzy View Post
    erobitha - Great thread. What resolution was your version of the Mary Jane Kelly crime scene that you used for colourising?

    I have a jpg which is 4806 x 6150. The jpg file is just under 20MB. There's more to it than your version, at the top and the bottom.
    I can't recall where I got it from. I do wonder if it was originally in a better format than jpg, such as tiff or png.

    Anyway, below is a link to the jpg. Any chance you could colourise it? The second link is a png of the photo that shows the 2 windows of MJK's room taken outside. It's resolution is 2380 x 1920. I wouldn't mind seeing it colourised as well. The png is about 8MB.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/e169hhluo8...k-bed.jpg?dl=1
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/9foek02i87...ndows.png?dl=1
    Thanks for that Ozzy. The version I had was very low res compared to what you supplied. Casebook limits to 2mb uploads so the MJK crime scene #2 is lower res than the one I saved. If you want it https://we.tl/t-aGZ7vkvcKs (link valid for 7 days)

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  • erobitha
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    By Request - MJK Crime Scene Version #2 (1888)

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  • erobitha
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    By Request - 13 Miller's Court Window

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