Starting off with Primrose Street, which I had been down twice before, but not photographed. This turned out to be something I was glad of, as on this occasion I noticed an interesting building that I hadn't spotted before. Not only that, but the sun was casting some fantastic shadows down on to the ground.
The City boundary follows Fort Street onto Sandy Row, before turning onto Middlesex Street. Located here is the Sandy's Row Synagogue. The building was constructed in 1766, but has been a synagogue since 1857. I found a fantastic set of images relating to life here at Life at Sandy's Row Synagogue.
Just behind Middlesex Street is the fantastically named Catherine wheel Alley, small alley which becomes tiny about half way towards Bishopsgate. Its name comes from a pub the Catherine Wheel,which was demolished in 1911. Dick Turpin is alleged to have held meeting in this alley to plot his next hold up. One of things that amuses me when going down some of these small alleys are the yellow lines; they are often so narrow that there really is no need for yellow lines on both sides, and at this part of Catherine Wheel Alley, you might just about be able to park a Smart car, but not without three of its sides being on yellow lines.