Cable St, London. Thu 26 Nov 2016
The 'museum' was closed but the lights were still on as a man was cleaning it
People arrive for the vigil, incuding the great-great-great granddaughter of Catherine Eddowes, Jean Smith and her daughter Tracy
As the vigil began, candles were handed out and lit
Historian Sarah Jackson speaking at the vigil
Police watched from a van parked next to the vigil
A speaker from the Salvation Army talks about the area and the the acheivements of women in the East
End including the Suffragetes, the Match workers who carried out the first industrial strike and others.
Different people read out what is known about the lives of each victim of the terrible murders
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