Albert Square

Just off Commercial Road, half way to Limehouse, is Albert Square, a square of nearly perfect, neat, early Victorian houses, laid out in the 1840s, with a garden in the middle by the Metropolitan Public Gardens Association and a sculpture of a ‘Shepherd Boy’ with sheaf and sickle, dated 1903 and bought in Paris:

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