SPECIAL PHOTO REPORT: Day of Remembrance for the Admiral Duncan
Sometimes an event happens that brings a community together, for better or worse. On 30th April 1999, a nail bomb went off in beloved Soho pub the Admiral Duncan, killing three and injuring many more.
Twenty years later, patrons, friends, lovers, and a whole spectrum of people came together to remember the attack and those lost.
An unprecedented number of people turned out, with over two hundred taking to Soho’s streets.
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