Horn of Plenty public house in Crispin Street
Horn of Plenty public house in Crispin Street
Horn of Plenty public house in Crispin Street
View of The Horn of Plenty, 5 Crispin Street, Spitalfields, a Charrington's Fine Ales public house, from outside the Convent of Mercy looking north-east. It stood on the corner of Crispin Street and Dorset Street (later known as Duval Street). It was demolished in 1928 to make way for additions to Spitalfields Market. This is a vibrant street scene with pedestrians and horse-drawn carts. A large group of children are posing to get their photograph taken, while some boys, one with a hoop, are standing on a cart looking on.
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