Two photographs of this little known backwater tucked away between Conway Street and Sackville Road.
A Salvation Army outing in the summer of 1923. The expectant party waits in the char-a-banc hard by the Salvation Army Citadel in nearby Conway Street. The indispensable corner shop, with its small quantities and cheap prices, was well patronised by the many people living in this rather poor area.
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