Rabbi Frank led an intrepid group of photographers through a rainy East End.
Starting at the Whitechapel art gallery, via Gunthorpe St (pictured) to the four percent industrial dwelling society (now IDS, which remains a major housing charity in the East End) commemorative arch on Wentworth Street.
From there we continued to Fashion st and lunch in the crypt of Christ Church Spitalfields, where we were joined by Sohail of Wembley Central Masjid, who kindly arranged a tour of the Brick Lane Jamme Masjid (formerly the Machzike Hadath [Spitalfields Great synagogue], and before that a hugenot church and Methodist chapel). After this we had Asian snacks and tea on brick lane, then a last stop at Brick lane bagels before departing home from Liverpool street station.
Frank encrypted - Rabbi Frank entering the crypt of Christ Church Spitalfields where we all had lunch - photo by Stephen Dorff