I went there this morning and the main market was open seemingly unaffected ,the lock area where you get the boat to little venice was cordoned of but there was no sign of damage,
From the canal side it looked like the backs of four buildings on chalk farm road were burnt,but
The fire didn't appear to have crossed the railway and the coloured railing by the cannel were in tactsome of the dtalls at the farthist end looked damiged but not burnet.
and all he shops on chalk farm road on the other side of the bridge were open
But its clearly a disaster for all the stall holders
I was so relieved that the fire hadn't destroyed the whole place I forgot to mention the arches were a pile of rubble, its pretty clear if the people running the market can do that they won't give a monkeys nuts about the fire damage on the other dide of the road, and the Camden tube station issue was just a convenient diversion Of media attention.