This Week In London’s History
Random London Fact Of The Week
At just 15 inches wide at its narrowest point, Brydges Place is unsurprisingly considered to be London’s narrowest alleyway.
As we may have mentioned a couple of years ago, the paltry passageway runs a couple of hundred yards between Bedfordsbury and St Martin’s Lane in Covent Garden, making it potentially useful for circumnavigating crowds of tourists – as long as there is no-one coming the other way.
Due to its meagre measurements, it is more-or-less impossible to spot in the London A-Z. However, it is just about visible on Google Maps’ satellite view, albeit only as a couple of pixels between neighbouring buildings.
London’s Weather This Week
This week it looks like the weather will start to become more April-like, with fresh sunshine punctuated by random unpredictable showers. The nights will still be cold, though, so be prepared to shiver a bit if you’re staying out late.
Picture taken from garryknight’s Flickr photostream.