HEYGATE STREET

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kiwi
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HEYGATE STREET

Postby kiwi » Sun Sep 08, 2019 12:20 am

Heygate Street,Elephant & Castle, ran between Walworth Road and Gurney Street, it now runs between Walworth Road and Rodney Road. The pub was on the corner of Vowel Street (right in picture). Both Gurney Street and Vowel Street are no longer there.
Heygate Street, The Prince Albert was on the corner with Vowel Street right and is no longer there.  X.png
The Prince Albert was situated at 24 Heygate Street.

Sean.Byrne
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Re: HEYGATE STREET

Postby Sean.Byrne » Tue Dec 24, 2019 8:15 am

The street sign is a little the worse the wear

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Re: HEYGATE STREET

Postby kiwi » Sun Feb 21, 2021 2:22 am

HEYGATE STREET.   X.png
HEYGATE STREET.

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Re: HEYGATE STREET

Postby kiwi » Mon Apr 26, 2021 9:55 pm

Long before the construction of the Heygate Estate, there was a small but thriving Jewish community in that area, which added to the local colour. A handful of Jewish food shops were dotted around, including a kosher butcher in the high street, and Pinkus Delicatessen selling salt beef, bagels, and pickled cucumbers in Deacon Street. Jewish tailors also flourished around the Elephant & Castle and in the Old Kent Road.
The South London Jewish School stood on the corner of Heygate Street and Vowler Street, and the New Borough Synagogue was next door. It was so called because the congregation originally met nearby at the Borough and wished to retain the old name.
Heygate Street. The Prince Albert Pub to the left out of picture.  X.png
Heygate Street. The Prince Albert Pub to the left out of picture.


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