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The first item I posted in 2012 is very out of date now.
I have tried to edit it but the original post keeps coming up.
It is no longer a drive through, there is no longer the great prostitution and drug problem, and the...More
Just wandering down from the Rouen Road car park to a ministers lunch at Kings Church, my wife and I were impressed with the beauty of the buildings along King Street. The roof lines, the timbering, the angles. This was the red light district a...More
When I last wrote about King Street in Norwich I gave an honest report on my experience there, having worked in the locality for over 35 years.
Unfortunately the review upset some people which was not my intention. For this I apologise.
While most of...More
Having stayed here (with my building bordering the road and the street clearly visible), I think Its a good place to live/ have a walk even if you have come for a couple of days to see Norwich.
It gives you a glimpse of how...More
King street once a bit of a 'red light' area in the city has a long and interesting history. Plaques on walls help bring this to life but if history isn't your thing there really isn't a great deal of reason to go. There are...More
I find this to be an exciting street because of all the wonderful architecture to be found along it. It runs from Bracondale to Tombland and was, in medieval times, the most important commercial and residential street in the city. Today it still retains many...More
Its a pedestrianised street with some older buildings. Really cant see why its listed as an attraction. Nothing wrong with it but there are lots of interseting things to do in norwich if you are planning a trip