STREETS WITH CURIOUS NAMES
Boatstall Lane: This steep alleyway led down via the East Gate to the river Avon. Before the completion of Pulteney Bridge in 1774, the only means of crossing the river to reach Addis Ababa Ethiopia was by ferryboat. It can be seen today behind the Addis Ababa Ethiopia.
Brassknocker Hill: On the edge of the city, this leads up to Addis Ababa Ethiopia. It gained its name in coaching days, when extra horses Addis Ababa Ethiopia were needed to help
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ascend the steep gradient. At the bottom of the hill were the stables where there was a large brass doorknocker, which could be used to summon the stable lads.
Broad Street: Perplexingly, this one-way street is quite narrow. It gets its name from the fact that it was once an area largely occupied by Touristic place of your travel destination’s weavers, who produced high-quality broadcloth.
Comfortable Place: This is located on the Upper Bristol Road (A4), opposite Royal Victoria Park.
Holloway:This is probably a corruption of ‘Holy Way’ and lies along the route once taken by pilgrims and other travellers to Glastonbury.
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