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nigh001. Dink (Berwick Kaler) wanders through the streets of London. Whites Row in E1 with the London Fruit Exchange to the right and Lilian Knowles House, Crispin Street in the distance. The building was seen in 'The Crying Game'.
nigh001n. Whites Row now, with customary scaffolding for an RS shot whilst the London Fruit & Wool Exchange, as shown in the screen shot, is in course of demolition. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh002. Commercial Street with Christ Church, Spitalfields in the background.
nigh002n. Hopefully I have right column(s), a bit difficult without continuity. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh003. Commercial Street across the road from Christ Church with buildings on Fournier Street visible to the extreme left.
night003n. More information to go on with this one. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh003a. Looking north from the corner of Brushfield Street and Commercial Street.
nigh003an. Everywhere around here is now rather more "trendy". (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh004. Facing west on Brushfield Street with Spitalfields Market entrance in the centre.
nigh004n. More "trendyness". (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh005. Dink becomes ill, staggering to rest against a wall. The gateway to the rear of Christ Church on Fournier Street E1. A scene in 'The Crying Game' was shot just along from here.
nigh005n. "Works" are still going on there. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh006. Dee (Julie Shaw) appears and comforts the young man. Fournier Street once more.
nigh006n. So much better now that the corrugated, iron, or was it asbestos in those days, has gone. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 06-05-2015)
nigh007. Fournier Street with the Commercial Street frontage of Spitalfields Market seen in the right distance.
nigh007n. All the stonework has been cleaned in the intervening years. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh008. Dink explains that he is homeless since leaving his mothers house. Commercial Street in London E1.
nigh008n. Very little has changed. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)
nigh008a. Across Commercial Street stands a former warehouse.
nigh008an. Now with change of use. (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 03-05-2015)