86 Ashfield Street, London E1/
from late 1930's to
22, Sidney Square, London E.1. (this was also
the address of
Beth Jacob Synagogue.)
25 Lower Chapman Street, London E.1.
Ashfield Street (formerly
Rutland Street) lies to the east of New Road, in the London East End,
and runs east-west for about one-quarter mile parallel to, and just to
the south of, Stepney Way (formerly known as Oxford Street).
Sidney Street, to the
east of Ashfield Street, runs north,
for about a third of a mile, from Commercial Road (A13) to the junction
of Cambridge Heath Road (A107) with Whitechapel Road and Mile End Road
(A11). It is parallel to Jubilee Street, to the east, and Cavell Street,
to the west.
Lower Chapman Street no longer exist and its approximate position is
that of present-day Bigland Street. It ran east for about 900 feet from
Canon Street Road, parallel to, and about 400 feet to the north of,
Upper Chapman Street (now Chapman Street).
All the above mentioned
streets are now in the
London Borough of Tower Hamlets,
created on 1 April 1965, within the administrative area of Greater London.
they were in the Metropolitan Borough of
Stepney (established 1900) in the County of London
(established 1889), both of which entities were abolished in 1965.