Spitalfields (2)

After breakfast, I did some more exploration.

In Crispin Street, next door to what was Tracey’s shop, there’s the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, with separate entrances for Men and Women:

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Artillery Lane has no.56, one of the best preserved, mid-eighteenth century shop fronts, built for Francis Rybot, a silk merchant, and now the art gallery Raven Row:-

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There’s Fournier Street:-

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And Wilkes Street:-

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This is a detail of Anna Maria Garthwaite’s house in Princelet Street:-

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I ended up doing my Christmas shopping in Leila’s in Calvert Avenue, which is Bethnal Green:-

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