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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

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The Old Nicholl



The Old Nicholl

This is the site of one of Victorian London's worst slums.

Location: Arnold Circus, Tower Hamlets, London

Description: The Boundary Estate here in Tower Hamlets replaced the notorious slum, the Old Nicholl which formed the location for Arthur Morrisons celebrated novel, Child of the Jago.

The Old Nicholl was one of the densest and darkest slums in Victorian Britain.


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The Old Nicholl

This is the site of one of Victorian London's worst slums.


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