This East End market sells fruit, clothes and fabrics at knock-down prices. Situated on one of the oldest trade routes, Roman Road market is still going strong.
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I am a road market scientist.
And if Roman Road Market is the function [F] and the commodity cost is x then:
F'(x) = the limit as the cost of things at the market [h] approaches zero, times (x + h) minus the function of x, divided by h.
Which, when you've worked out the proof, will become:
F'(x) = f'(x)g(x) + f(x)g'(x) = A-OKmore
Wait just one hot second here... I'm no road market scientist, but it only takes a simple equation to figure out that Roman Road has all of the components to be 3-star worthy:
Cheap, trendy clothing + jewellery shops and stalls + lotsandlotsachippies = a-ok.
Knock-off shop. Bling out. Dine in.
If you can get behind this motto, Roman Road will be a-ok for you too. A bit depressing at...more
Roman Road market used to be a great shopping Mecca in East London often overshadowed by the bigger Ridley Road market in Dalston. Ridley Road is the place to get your fruit and veg, West Indian food and fish but The Roman was the place to get yourself a clothes bargain. There used to be stalls selling genuine French Connection clothes from as little as £5. Many of the clothes probably came...more
I've heard Roman Road market used to be held in high esteem. If this is true it is a mere shadow of what it once must have been.
There is a strong working class vibe and the products on offer tend to be quite tacky. There is a guy selling jewellery for less than a pound but the quality is poor. There are fashion items, many more for women than men, which are cheap. Again the quality isn't...more