From UTV (of Belfast, Northern Ireland), posted Oct. 28, 2005:
Dirty dens in Albert Square
EastEnders' Albert Square was once the home of brothel keepers, according to TV historian Tony Robinson.
His researches showed there was a real Albert Square up until around the Second World War.
And in a census taken in Victorian times nearly every head of household there put down his employment as a brothel keeper.
"Nothing much changes ..." quipped Robinson when he hosted the launch of the complete 1851 census for England and Wales online.
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