By Dean Kirby
Step into the Victorian underworld of Angel Meadow, the vilest and most threatening slum of the economic Revolution. within the shadow of the world's first cotton mill, 30,000 souls trapped by means of poverty are battling for survival because the British Empire is equipped upon their backs. Thieves and prostitutes go together with rats in overcrowded accommodation homes and deep cellars at the banks of a black river, the Irk. Gangs of 'scuttlers' stalk the streets in pointed, brass-tipped clogs. those that keep away from their clutches are hunted down by means of cholera, typhoid and tuberculosis. Lawless ingesting dens and a chilly slab within the useless condo give you the simply aid from a dirty and scary world.
In this stunning publication, journalist Dean Kirby takes readers on a hair-raising trip during the gin palaces, alleyways and underground vaults of this 19th century Manchester slum thought of so diabolical it was once re-christened 'hell upon earth' through Friedrich Engels.
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'Dean Kirby has Angel Meadow in his blood' - Joseph O'Neill
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