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Lines on Old Bailey

Old Bailey, London, October 2019

The Old Bailey road, close to St Paul’s Cathedral, marks the route of the City’s original fortified wall, or bailey. The street is home to the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales, known as The Old Bailey, but it also contains some interesting modern architecture, as shown here, for its colourful lines.



Copyright Debbie Smyth, 10 October 2019

Posted as part of October Squares

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