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The view of the steps of Christchurch Spitalfields as it was in 1888. The Ten Bells and Fournier Street can be seen in the background.

The view of the steps of Christchurch Spitalfields in 2015. The Ten Bells and Fournier Street can be seen in the background.

Brushfield Street in Spitalfields 1888 seen from in front of Christchurch. Spitalfields Market can be seen to the right.

Durward Street, 1969. Formerly known as Buck's Row but the name was changed after the body of Jack the Ripper's first victim Mary Ann Nicholls was found in the street.

Ten Bells Annie Chapman was seen drinking here at 5am on the 8th September 1888. A man called her out and her body was found just one hour later in the backyard of 29, Hanbury Street. Mary Kelly who was the Ripper's final victim also drank in the Ten Bells.

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