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London alleys, byways and courts.

Alan Stapleton

London alleys, byways and courts.

by Alan Stapleton

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Published by A. Lane in London .
Written in English


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London alleys, byways & courts5/5(1). In the archive at the Bishopsgate Institute, I had the good fortune to come across a copy of Alan Stapleton’s London’s Alleys, Byways & Courts, A title guaranteed to send anyone as susceptible as myself meandering through the capital’s forgotten thoroughfares, yet the great discovery is how many of these have survived in recognisable form today.

A great many of the byways of Central London are richly endowed with characterful events, courts whose very walls are blackened by age, sometimes leaning, sometimes bulging. Alleys, some so narrow as to barely allow the passage of a single body, where the paving London alleys are worn hollow by the passage of centuries of tramping : The Underground Map.

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Title: London Alleys, Byways & Courts Author Name: Alan Stapleton Categories: History, Edition: First Edition Publisher: London, John Lane The Bodley Head: Binding: Hard Cover Book Condition: Fair to Good Jacket Condition: No Jacket Size: mm x mm Seller ID: In the archive at the Bishopsgate Institute, I had the good fortune to come across a copy of Alan Stapleton’s London’s Alleys, Byways & Courts, A title guaranteed to send anyone as susceptible as myself meandering through the capital’s forgotten thoroughfares, yet the great discovery is how many of these have survived in recognisable form today.

John Lane The Bodley Head, Hardcover. Good. Heavy wear to cover with sunning and staining. Three inch tear along spine. staining and sunning to spine and book cover.

Offsetting to ffep. Previous owners name in first page. With wear, signs of age and/or limited markings, but is still in solid reading condition. Pasadena's finest new and used bookstore since The book “London – Alleys, Byways and Courts” by Alan Stapleton, published inalso includes a brief description of Faulkner’s Alley: “A few yards past here on the left, by No.

31, is the alley with the wooden frontage, with its name, Faulkner’s Alley, at the top. Importantly, Cecil Court was also the business centre of the early British film industry, and therefore earned itself the second nickname, Flicker Alley.

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stapleton, Alan. London alleys, byways & courts. London, John Lane; New York, Dodd, Mead []. Get this from a library.

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COVID Update. J Biblio is open and shipping orders. Alan Stapleton is the author of London Alleys, Byways and Courts ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ). Best of London; Books & Poetry If the streets are the veins of London, the courts and alleys have always been its capillaries.

Look hard enough and the ancient byways can still be found. A look back at London Review of Books' cover archive over the past 40 years, The alleys, byways and courts of old London.

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Like so many of the alleys and courts in this part of London, Bakers’ Hall Court has seen a great deal of change over the past years. Developers, in their unending effort to create more and more floor space within the City, have raised a jungle of multi-storey buildings and hidden the Court to all but the most penetrating seekers.