Kensington Market, London
In the 1960s and 1970s, it catered to hippie and bohemian culture. In the 1980s to end of the 1990s it catered to punks, new romantics, metal heads, ravers, goths, trance, acid house and various sub-cultures of modern music, fashion, hair stylists, body arts, crafts and accessories, vintage rock 'n' roll wear, fetish rangers.
To date (2011) a remnant still remains behind a partly boarded up glass window, located between the PC World and NatWest Bank. Through the murky glass, a wooden sign on the floor, left behind by builders who worked on the new renovation says: in thanks to all its customers from past glory.