It's something I have always wanted to do but, until now, never got round to doing.
If you look closely below, you can see the pans in the red brickwork.
These buildings date back before 1888 and are now exclusive housing, a big change from several families living in one room.
Here is Kerry listening to Anne-Marie.
I loved the view below through the gate.
This is Christchurch Spitalfields. There was an aura about this place that did not want to be photographed.
My camera would not function on automatic so Kerry tried and managed to get this picture.
I had tried several times to photograph it from different points on the walk to no avail - spooky?
The pub below, The Ten Bells as was, was where a lot of the victims were drinking prior to their murder.
I'm sure most of you know the history of Jack the Ripper, but, if you don't, I found Wikipedia very useful.
On the way back to Bank Station, I took the following:
The Lloyds Building
A Church in Cornhill