Bethnal Green is often mentioned in history chronicles as one of England's worst slums, and it was here that the first council estate in the nation was established in 1890. (Boundary Street). Its more recent reputation does not exude a pleasant scent either. During the 1950s and 1960s, this was the headquarters of the Kray brothers, Ronnie and Reggie, play tic tac toe, who were responsible for running the East End's criminal underworld. According to reports, Ronnie's burial was the third biggest in London, after only the funerals of Winston Churchill and Princess Diana in terms of the number of people that showed up. Walking tours in the neighborhood that are focused around the Krays include the bar where rival mobster George Cornell was assassinated in 1966, as well as their elementary school, favorite gathering sites, and the boxing club where they first gained prominence.