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The Britannia Pub

The Britannia on Commercial Street

Above: Commercial Street, Spitalfields, c. 1908. To the left you can see the Britannia pub on the corner of Dorset Street which was frequented by Mary Jane Kelly. The Britannia was demolished in 1929.


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