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LondonTown.com | Hackney Images
Just 30 minutes journey from central London by road, rail or underground, Hackney possesses a rich mix of cultures and traditions. Popular destinations include trendy Shoreditch, a thriving cultural and artistic quarter on the fringe of the City of London with a wide range of restaurants, bars, jazz and comedy venues and a circus cabaret. Also located in Shoreditch is the nationally acclaimed Geffrye Museum which tells the history of domestic furniture from 1600 to the 1950s. There are a…
Church of St John-at-Hackney
The Church of St John-at-Hackney is situated in the London Borough of Hackney. It was built in 1792, in an open field, north east of Hackney's medieval parish church, of which only St Augustine's Tower remains.
Albion, South Hackney, E9
Forlorn looking pub not far from Victoria Park. It's very hard to tell from the photo if it's still going, but apparently was open until closing in 2015. Address: 36 Lauriston Road. Links: London Pubology
London's first public park. Known locally as Vicky Park or the People's Park, it was laid out by Sir James Pennethorne. It became a welcome relief from the cramped living conditions of the East End. Facilities like the bathing pond introduced many to swimming in an era when many public baths were still simply communal washing facilities. Queen Victoria visited 'her' Park in April 1873.
Picturehouse Cinema, Hackney
The Picturehouse cinema in London Fields, Hackney with a faded copper dome and stone facade. #southernhomeownership #sho #bowrivervillage #sharedownership #hackney #EastLondon #londonarchitecture #londoncinema #picturehouse #hackneycinema