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- A4, A3, A2 Prints are printed on 315 gsm natural nextured bright white matt paper, which lends itself to neutral black and white tones and punchy colours.
- A1 size print is printed on heavy weight matt museum quality archival paper.
- All pictures are printed on site in our Gallery.
- All our picture sizes are appoximate determined by the image ratio and the camera that has been used.
- Please be aware that colours can vary dependent upon computer screens.
The Gun pub, Brushfield Street, E1
Calthorpe Street is named after Lord Calthorpe who owned the land between Grays Inn Road and the Fleet river on which the street was built. The houses shown in the photograph are between Gough Street and Pakenham Street and built between 1842 and 1849, the Victorian period, they are now Grade 2 listed.
These fine, once family homes, are now mostly divided into flats but the grandeur can not be disguised.