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Thursday, July 21, 2011


In common with most other cities around, the inner city used used not to be the exclusive preserve of finance houses and coffee shops. Instead, they were a hive of manufacturing, mostly smaller workshops and businesses. Great Portland Street, for example, had the fabric trade, Hatton Garden, jewellery. The East End city outskirts was where a lot of small businesses started, these workshops built in the sixties would likely have been chock full. Times change, don't they?

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 2

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Anonymous Anonymous said ... (21:26) : 

Like something straight tout of Life On Mars.


Blogger Ken Mac said ... (22:26) : 

I'd rather have workers than coffee drinkers anyday. Nice shot.


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