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Today having been one of continuous gale-force winds and intermittent heavy rains, the garden was delighted, and regular readers will know that for me that meant a forage in my archives.
I scanned a baker’s dozen of the Streets of London series from July 2007.
and Queensborough Mews are all in Bayswater’s W2 district,
as is Porchester Terrace.
The Catholic Church of St Mary of the Angels in Moorhouse Road is also visible from the corner of Head’s Mews.
Fulton Mews demands various viewpoints.
Over at the Notting Hill area Westbourne Grove, W11,
Westbourne Grove Mews,
and Ledbury Road were all preparing for the Notting Hill Carnival. All the shops put up barricades against the inevitable damage, including the use of wialls and doorways as urinals.
This post has been completed in the Royal Oak because we cannot access the internet. Elizabeth, Jacki, and I are now returning home where Danni and Andy are dining with us on Jackie’s delicious sausage casserole.