In Photos: London's Tiniest Places

By Londonist Staff Last edited 13 months ago
In Photos: London's Tiniest Places

They don't make diamonds as big as they make bricks. And these tiny London places are proof you can pack a lot of value into a small space...

This extremely small room is at One Marylebone.
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The tiny Attendant Café, formerly a WC
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Lavender Green Flowers, South Kensington
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A tiny (temporary) disco in Shoreditch.
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Ever noticed London's smallest police station? OK, it was never actually a station - just an outlook post
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Bateman Street, 1910. Note the 'smallest shop in London' trading from the basement
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The Finborough Theatre, one of the smallest in London.
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Have you ever found this small ice cream van?
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One of London's smallest houses, as seen in 1909. Dwarfed by its neighbours, 10 Hyde Park Place measures just three feet and six inches wide.
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This Lewisham phone box has been turned into a small library
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Mark's Bar claims to be the smallest cocktail bar in London - find it at the men's shoes department at Selfridges & Co
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They pack a lot of coffee into this small van...
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A tiny library in Finsbury Park.
Source Ace London
Is this the Notting Hill Carnival's smallest sound system?
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One of London's tiniest beer bars can be found right in the heart of town
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The Thin House located in Thurloe Square in Knightsbridge.
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Always a good idea, even on one of London's smallest roads: this is near Fenchurch Street Station.
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This small swimming pool was spotted at the London Bike Show.
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A tiny bench in the Olympic Park.
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One of the cutest and smallest coffeeshops in London is in Regent's Park.
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Keystone Crescent, off of Caledonian Road, was built in 1855 and is the smallest crescent road in Europe.
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Catherine Wheel Alley is a Bishopsgate alleyway.
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This is Brydges Place alley, off St Martin’s Lane, with one end clocking in at a claustrophobic 15 inches wide.
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Was this the smallest shop in London?
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The Ostler's Hut in Lincoln's Inn is the smallest listed building in London.
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Lovefone turns UK's disused phone booths into tiny repair shops
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Last Updated 23 March 2017