Brick Lane is a long street in the East End of London, its gritty and chaotic, and has always been a place to people watch.
A fashion hub, a runway for young Londoners to display their off the wall inventions.
It has a long history of immigration, of Huguenots, Jews, Bangladeshi’s, anarchists, gangsters and street life
The street is famed for its market and has been hosting one since the 17th century, its the mother of all London markets.
On Sundays the streets are lined with people hawking their second hand goods.
Brick lane is the original lorry that something fell off !