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The Battle of Cable Street
I was 4or 5 during the Battle of Cable St. As a Jewish boy, I was scared. This mural brings back horrific memories.
Elroy & Nardo Bailey, MDMD Arts, Nightingale Estate, Hackney
MDMD Arts, run by community workers Elroy & Nardo Bailey, creates opportunities for young people
Hackney Road Orchid
Taliban man and woman
Where people go to pray
Humayra & Tahmina
Where people go to pray.
All aboard, this ship sails to Silver Town!
F*** the Olympics
I wanted to explore where this dissatisfaction came from.
At the beggining of spring, water from melted snow creats great reflecions during sunset.
fun,hope and joy in the eastend today
Eastend ladies: Mirror on the wall
Andrea's Hair Salon, Vallance Road
Mile End Easter football club
Brandon Franco & Andrew Hernandez
Sundial by the river in Wapping, as the sun rises over the East End
One Lane for All
Music, Street Art, Religion & Culture, Poverty & Affluence – Brick lane is My East End.
Christmas and a packet of crisps
East End Street
This shows the new towering over the old. This is my eastend.
Bright Lights Big City
michelle de vriues
A contrasting view of the East end regeneration
This is 'The Red Devil's' football team, who I came across outside a laundrette in Hackney.
Graffiti in progress
for me East End is a capitol of London (or British) graffiti ...
London Muslim Centre
For me, one of the defining characters of east London is its multiculturalism.
I felt sadness and laughter when I strolled past this persons house in Ruckholt Road, Leyton
the end is nigh for richmond house
keh hui ng
this is a shot of the former flowers east building and artist studios.
a february morning hangover cure
dancing at a festival is great
What you find in terraced gardens off the high st.
The Red Light District
The East End doesn't stop for red lights in its district.
walk in the park
The Battle of Cable St
Tells us about the history of the east end
Two different directions
Welcome to the Next Generation
Hoxton is Buzzing!
Ghiasi Samin Valentine
The UEL Docklands Campus
Modern East London
A women heads home from the local supermarket in Hackney East London. Her head is facing down, perha
This picture was taken in Brick Lane, East London. The open window represents the social openness of the East End; the relaxed and informal atmosphere. This image shows the café culture, where on a Sunday the mixed cultures come together to sell and buy on the infamous Brick lane market.
East End Royal Bird
property of Her Majesty the Queen since 1186, living in the East End