Guide to East London

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A Guide to East London
By Bill Lavender

To be a true Londoner, a Cockney, you have to be born within hearing distance of bells of St. Mary-le-Bow, in the City of London. The Bow Bells were the curfew bells promptingpeople to extinguish their fires before going to bed. 'Cockney On Britannia' visits places where some of London's best kept secrets are hidden, away from the traditional tourist traps, where you can enjoy some history and events in the lives of ordinary people.

ABOUT THE EAST END
An Overview
East London Markets
Cockney Rabbit - "Slang"
Professional Football Clubs
Pearly Kings & Queens
Poplar Rate Strike
The Soviet Connection
TV & Film Sets
Underworld
Unknown East End
Pubs & Restaurants
FAMOUS EAST ENDERS
Jack the Ripper
Local Celebrities

AREAS OF INTEREST
Brick Lane
Cable Street
Charlie Brown
Canary Wharf
Tower of London & Tower Bridge
Theatre

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