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© 2019 by Michelle Heron. British independent artist. 

The traditional pie, mash, liquor and eels business was founded in 1899 and had been based in Goldhawk Road, London since 1934, but was forced to shut after being served a compulsory purchase order as part of the development of the nearby market and surrounding area. The cafe featured in The Who’s Mod classic film Quadrophenia. Some more facts about London's pie and mash shops: https://londonist.com/2015/03/london-food-history-eel-pie-and-mash-shops.

A.Cooke Pie, Mash, Liquor & Eels, Shepherds Bush

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