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    Took this in Prescot today Stone St
    This must be the narrowest named street in England at 2ft 6ins


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    saw that on your Flickr set.

    not sure I'd get my shoulders down there!
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    Sorry but this is the Narrowest street in the U.K.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parliament_Street,_Exeter
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    Took this in Prescot today Stone St
    This must be the narrowest named street in England at 2ft 6ins
    Thats' crazy!! Is it for people to get stoned in, or sick or just to hide out...? LOL...
    Now why in the world, would they say thats' a street? Does it have an exit? You got my curiousity now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drone_pilot View Post
    Sorry but this is the Narrowest street in the U.K.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parliament_Street,_Exeter
    It appears the Exeter street varies in width, i.e., as the Wiki page puts it, 'The street is approximately 1.2m (45") at its widest and less than 0.64m (25") at its narrowest.' This would seem to beat the Prescot thoroughfare by five inches if gregs dad is right that Stone Street is 2ft 6ins or 30 inches wide.

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    stone street has an exit , i think it goes out onto the old market place by the victoria pub ( once called the long pull but now I think is an irish bar )

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    ta for answering my question.. that was a bit mine-boggling.. LOL..

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