: ' London alleys'

Down Your Alley: The Elys

Those who commit crimes today are just as likely to be arrested in Ely Place as anywhere else. [...]

The Secret Door

Here's an opportunity to discover Narnia in London, by going through a secret door and find that you are in a different world [...]

Down Your Alley: Sugar Bakers Court

He moved his business from this Court to a convenient location in Ludgate Hill, from there he could look out of his window and model wedding cakes on the spire of St Bride's church [...]

Down Your Alley: Great Scotland Yard

Curiously Scotland Yard to most is synonymous with London’s Metropolitan Police Force. Even some of their most famous, or infamous policemen had ‘of the Yard’ as a suffix to their names [...]

Down Your Alley: Guildhall Yard

Peering around the east end of the church of St Lawrence Jewry brings into view one of London's most distinguished buildings; this is Guildhall Yard and directly ahead is the Guildhall itself [...]

Down Your Alley: Appletree Yard

After seemingly having to spend an age trying to remove a virus from CabbieBlog’s website, today it is the turn of focussing on a virus of a different and more deadly nature which once stalked London’s [...]

Down Your Alley: Old Barrack Yard and Kinnerton Street

Recently CabbieBlog featured a piece about a hostage situation played out in Knightsbridge's Spaghetti House Restaurant. [...]

Down Your Alley: Adam and Eve Court

As everyone is rushing to do their Christmas Shopping, the little alley of Adam and Eve Court is often passed by unnoticed. [...]

Down Your Alley: Gunpowder Square

I had intended this month’s Down Your Alley to be Guy Fawkes related and Gunpowder Square seemed the perfect place to start [...]

Down Your Alley: Craig’s Court

After fruitless attempts to extricate the carriage, a red-faced and by all accounts extremely angry Mr Speaker Onslow had to be extricated through a hole cut in the roof of the carriage [...]