LONDON WALL (n.) Turnpike deemed to be unique as being of dual carriageway that doth separate opposing vehicular traffic, nay confused with wall of same name.
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I have been up and down that street more times than I care to remember. 🙂
(Not as many times as you though…)
I’m sorry to say I’m old enough to remember when some of London Wall and the Barbican was just a bomb site!
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I’m sure it still was when I was young, but we didn’t go north of the river that much then. 🙂
You didn’t miss much North of the River in the ’60s it was a bomb site.