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The Narrowest and Shortest Streets in London

Yago Hein Yago Hein

The Narrowest and Shortest Streets in London

Some of these streets are so narrow you could barely throw a shoe down them. Others are so short you couldn’t even park a donkey without its tail sticking out. One of the biggest and best cities in the world, London is peppered with glorious feats of engineering and resplendently spacious roads. These are not some of them, though.

 

1) Brydges Places, West End

CAT SWING RATING: 0.1

Brydges Place

Room to swing a cat’s whisker.

 

2) Leigh Hunt Street, Borough.

CAT SWING RATING: 1

Room to to swing one small kittycat.

 

3) Crawford Passage. Clerkenwell.

CAT SWING RATING: 0.5

Room to swing half a cat.

 

4) Lazenby Court, Covent Garden.

CAT SWING RATING: 0.3

Room to swing a cat’s paw.

 

5) Emerald Court, Holborn.

CAT SWING RATING: 0

No room to swing any cats.

 

6) Clennam Street, Borough,

CAT SWING RATING: 1.5

Room to swing 2 skinny cats, or one Garfield.

 

 

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