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Old 11-25-2014, 01:56 PM
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I could never quite gauge which direction this photo is looking. ? Would Millers Court be on the left hand side and looking up to the Britannia or is it looking the other way ?
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Old 11-25-2014, 02:03 PM
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I could never quite gauge which direction this photo is looking. ? Would Millers Court be on the left hand side and looking up to the Britannia or is it looking the other way ?
It's looking eastwards towards Commercial Street. Your right Millers Court would be on the left near the vehicle in the road.

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Some fantastic photos in there.
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Old 11-27-2014, 01:49 PM
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Cheers rob
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Probably harder for animals Bun.

This is the Dorset Street one:

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Hi Rob, thanks. Sorry, I misunderstood you; I thought you meant there was a Dorset Street photo in the Spitalfields Life article that I missed.

Is that famous view of Dorset Street the only Victorian one we have?

Seems like there's a long gap in the photographic record until the view of the Miller's Court area being demolished.

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Hi Rob, thanks. Sorry, I misunderstood you; I thought you meant there was a Dorset Street photo in the Spitalfields Life article that I missed.

Is that famous view of Dorset Street the only Victorian one we have?

Seems like there's a long gap in the photographic record until the view of the Miller's Court area being demolished.

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There's a couple of poor quality ones from 1904 and one from 1912 from a similar position as the Jack London one. But that's about it at the moment.

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There's a couple of poor quality ones from 1904 and one from 1912 from a similar position as the Jack London one. But that's about it at the moment.

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Well, here's hoping something turns up on eBay!

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Old 12-01-2014, 12:02 PM
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Just got home from work and found the postman has delivered a copy of Jack Londons ' People of the Abyss '. ......that's my reading material sorted for the next week ! ....,as a little footnote , Adelaide Springett in the. Spitalfields Nippers book lived at no 12 Millers Court ! Just noticed that last night !!!
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Old 12-01-2014, 12:05 PM
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That good? How much?

All the best

Dave
Did you buy it yet Dave ? If so , what do you think ?
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Old 12-01-2014, 02:56 PM
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I had to wait for payday Jason, but I ordered it, and it's been dispatched...just waiting for delivery now...of course I've Neil's (very good) book to finish first...

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