Sunday, 4 January 2015

Short but Sweet

A short post, with just a few pics from a few weeks ago, all taken in the area between Cheapside and Gresham Street.

First up is Honey Lane, my favourite image from this post. The street visible at the end of the passage is Cheapside.

The following image is of Prudent Passage,which connects Ironmonger Lane, with King Street.

Also connecting Old Jewry with Ironmonger Lane is St. Olaves Court, once the location of the St. Olave, Old Jewry church. the church was destroyed by the great fire of London and rebuilt by who else but Sir Christopher Wren. The church was mostly demolished in 1887, and all that remains are the tower and west wall.

On Ironmonger lane itself there was a very popular cafe/takeaway place with a long queue outside, where I took the following shot.

Heading further along towards St. Pauls, I then took two pictures of the same building but on/of different streets - Milk Street and Compter Passage which leads to Wood Street.

My last image of the day was from Frederick's Place (just off Old Jewry) and is evidence of a xmas drinks party the night before - I'm a little surprised by the coffee cup.

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