Dalston

I ended up in Dalston, which I don’t really know (and haven’t included in the book), admiring the door pediments in Graham Road:-

The gardens in Fassett Square:-

The old German Hospital, founded in 1845 in three houses which had previously been occupied by an Infant Orphan Asylum and with a new building opened in 1864 (although it says 1863 very prominently on its fa├žade):-

The capitals on the Queen Elizabeth pub:-

An unexpected look-out tower on a house in Dalston Lane:-

The old Lutheran Church, now the Faith Tabernacle Church of God:-

And the capitals on H.J. Aris, a deserted wine shippers on the corner of Ashwin Street near Dalston Junction:-

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