I was lucky enough to finish work quite early tonight, so I walked up to the workwear place I found last week to take some photos. It is a warehouse inside and looks like a busy place. I then decided to keep walking in the same direction. It was an interesting street with graffiti/street art, tattoo parlours, a shop called 'Duke of Uke' that sells ukeleles and all sorts of little arty shops and vintage clothes shops. It joins Brick Lane, so now I have a better mental map of the area and how it all connects. Then, at the point where I joined Brick Lane, there was a great junk shop which I spent a happy 20 minutes in, coming away with a lady on a donkey doll, and a lady on a sledge, pretty, wintery figurine. There is no helping me. Then I walked back around and joined Bethnal Green Road to go back to the tube.
This is the end of the street-Cheshire Street I discovered. I love how the street signs in this area are in Bengali and English.
This is back near Bethnal Green Road.
The blur makes him look as if he has wings!