I can't remember the street name, but it may be Southwark Bridge Road just before the rail bridge where it joins with Borough Road. Does anyone know anything about the building on the right with small white owl and pussycat statuettes in alcoves above?
Wildly speculative but could it have any connection with Edward Lear. His father Jeremiah Lear was imprisoned for debt in 1816 in Kings Bench Prison Southwark. Can't find any help on Google to support this.
The building is on Southwark Bridge Road, just south of Borough Road, next to Waterloo Cars. You can see them on Google streetview, though not very well. The door to the right is number 233. 231 is to the left and it looks to me like it could be either that is the address.