- Southwark Park Road Bermondsey, The Blue in 1931.
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Neckinger Bermondsey Borough Council Depot 1902..jpg Neckinger Depot, Bermondsey Borough Council 1961. 2.jpg Neckinger Depot is now the site of The Woodmill.The Woodmill was formed in 2009 by a group of artists and curators to establish a dynamic environment for exhibitions and events combined with...
Upper Ground Place Southwark 1923, Children in an alleyway seen prior to slum clearance. This was off Stamford Street, near too and opposite Hatfield Street and Brunswick Street In the 1900s, roughly where Coin Street is to-day. Upper Ground Place Southwark 1923, this was off Stamford Street.jpg Upp...
- Thu Mar 28, 2019 2:22 am
- Forum: Buildings & Streets
- Topic: SHERSTON PLACE/DRAPER STREET.
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Sherston Place in Bermondsey. By 1900, the living conditions in Bermondsey were awful. There were known examples of nine people living in one room and one tap serving 25 houses with no sanitation. Conditions remained bad well into the 20th century. Sherston Place was off Newington Butts and was once...