16 April 2014
As London has grown, houses have been squeezed into spaces between other buildings and single dwellings have been converted into flats. Frequently, these are recognisable by a letter, such as our example above of 25B Charlwood Street. But sometimes, fractions have been used as in Jen Pedler’s find of The Red House.
So today, we’re collecting letters and fractions as evidence of the capital’s expansion.
There are several bonus points on offer today:
- The home of Holmes
- King’s Cross platform for the Hogwarts Express
- Any house number containing 1/4
Image: Charlwood Street, SW1 © Ruth Brown LRPS
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