London's East End in the 60s. Photo by Steve Lewis
The Sixties fashion explosion took a while to catch on in some parts of the East End. This young woman modelling for a fashion shoot in Stratford attracts admiring glances from a group of workers.
Fans waiting to get into West Ham football club
Meth's drinker down and out in the East End
Leslie Lucking combined the roles of Lollipop lady and mother to her daughter Tracey
David Bailey, one of the world’s leading fashion photographers in the 60s with girlfriend Penelope Tree
Rag and bone man on his rounds in the East End.
Game of cards in an East London pub.
Rag and Bone man in Forest Gate
The last man to live in a Nissen hut built during the war
Donkeys and horses were still a major part of trading activity in the East End in the 1960s. John Loftus, landlord of the Manby Arms in Stratford, bought a retired donkey which customers became used to seeing in the bar.
Street trader selling vegtables in the streets of Barking