Mile End Road, 1979: Stalls and shops

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Mile End Road is broad, stretching almost straight from the edge of the City of London to the East. Early 1979 was marked by strikes from the dustmen that left great piles of rubbish on the streets. These were the last days before the James Callaghan labour collapsed in the poles. . . . → Read More: Mile End Road, 1979: Stalls and shops

Mile End Road, 1979: Street scenes

Tramp, off Mile End Road

Mile End Road stretches eastwards from the edge of the City of London through the east end of London. This was where I spent 3 years at Queen Mary College. During the last year I started recording what I saw on that road and those adjacent. This was the start of my 4-year passion for street photography. . . . → Read More: Mile End Road, 1979: Street scenes