"I had been told by the tea-girl at the Angel to head for Columbia Market"
Columbia Road Market
Creative Commons Attribution Share AlikeColumbia Road Market - Credit: John Davies, Wikimedia Commons

Today, Angel is a district of London in the Borough of Islington. During the period in which Tipping the Velvet is set, the Angel was a coaching inn, situated on the corner of Pentonville Road and Islington High Street.

The inn was rebuilt in 1899 and subsequently became a Lyons Corner House, which closed in 1959; the building is now a bank.

Columbia Market is a street flower market, on Sundays only, on Columbia Road (off Hackney Road) in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

Prior to 1886 it was a covered market; the building which housed the market was not demolished until 1958. 

 

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