A PHOTO project chronicling life in Walthamstow Market has been expanded and is now being shown on the town square's 'Big Screen'.
Walthamstow photographers Jon Stephenson, 42, and Chris Dransfield, 52, have spent the last year snapping stallholders in the High Street to celebrate its history and culture.
They launched an exhibition of their work at the Mill Community Centre in Coppermill Lane in April, but have since added to their collection with new pictures of traders at the relaunched St James Street end of the market.
Their work has also now been showcased in Walthamstow Central Library and last week the BBC began showing the images on its Big Screen in the town square.
The slideshow of snaps will continue to be shown throughout the coming week.
Mr Stephenson said he was pleased with the new photos of the St James Street end of the market.
He said: "These are a great addition and show a younger and more female set of traders selling flowers, furniture and vintage clothes".
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