London's busiest roads might be jam-packed with commuters, tourists and shoppers. But often, one quick turn to the left or right, takes you to the city's hidden shortcuts. Be honest — how many of these passageways did you know about?
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Brydges Place, Covent Garden Source Nika Garrett
Last Updated 03 February 2017