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Wandering around the environs of Old Spitalfields in London, I spotted this apparently old lamp-post juxtaposed against the new high-rises of the City. Who knows if the lamp actually is old - its probably only the same age as the skyscraper. It's a fascinating area, though I never did make it, as I'd intended, to the Hawksmoor church that stands proud at the eastern end of Spitalfields Market.

Whilst filming a series of documentaries for London Docklands, I chanced upon the Hawksmoor church at Wapping. I was firmly kept away from the crypt as a relay of masked men in full infection suits made their way out carrying recently-discovered coffins that had still-dangerous contents - plague victims, apparently from the 1665 outbreak that all but depopulated London (and the rest of the world). They must have been early victims too, since the supply of coffins quickly ran out and the dead were subsequently interned in mass graves by the ever-fewer survivors.
  
Wandering around the environs of Old
Spitalfields in London, I spotted this
apparently old lamp-post juxtaposed against
the new high-rises of the City. Who knows if
the lamp actually is old - its probably only the
same age as the skyscraper. It's a fascinating
area, though I never did make it, as I'd
intended, to the Hawksmoor church that
stands proud at the eastern end of Spitalfields
Market.
Whilst filming a series of documentaries for
London Docklands, I chanced upon the
Hawksmoor church at Wapping. I was firmly
kept away from the crypt as a relay of masked
men in full infection suits made their way out
carrying recently-discovered coffins that had
still-dangerous contents - plague victims,
apparently from the 1665 outbreak that all
but depopulated London (and the rest of the world). They must have been early victims
too, since the supply of coffins quickly ran out and the dead were subsequently interned
in mass graves by the ever-fewer survivors.
Wandering around the environs of Old Spitalfields in London, I spotted this apparently
old lamp-post juxtaposed against the new high-rises of the City. Who knows if the
lamp actually is old - its probably only the same age as the skyscraper. It's a
fascinating area, though I never did make it, as I'd intended, to the Hawksmoor
church that stands proud at the eastern end of Spitalfields Market.
Whilst filming a series of documentaries for London Docklands, I chanced upon the
Hawksmoor church at Wapping. I was firmly kept away from the crypt as a relay of
masked men in full infection suits made their way out carrying recently-discovered
coffins that had still-dangerous contents - plague victims, apparently from the 1665
outbreak that all but depopulated London (and the rest of the world). They must have
been early victims too, since the supply of coffins quickly ran out and the dead were
subsequently interned in mass graves by the ever-fewer survivors.
Wandering around the environs of Old Spitalfields
in London, I spotted this apparently old lamp-post
juxtaposed against the new high-rises of the City.
Who knows if the lamp actually is old - its probably
only the same age as the skyscraper. It's a
fascinating area, though I never did make it, as I'd
intended, to the Hawksmoor church that stands
proud at the eastern end of Spitalfields Market.
Whilst filming a series of documentaries for
London Docklands, I chanced upon the Hawksmoor
church at Wapping. I was firmly kept away from
the crypt as a relay of masked men in full infection
suits made their way out carrying
recently-discovered coffins that had still-dangerous
contents - plague victims, apparently from the
1665 outbreak that all but depopulated London
(and the rest of the world). They must have been
early victims too, since the supply of coffins quickly
ran out and the dead were subsequently interned in mass graves by the ever-fewer
survivors.

City lamp-post

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