I remember looking at some Nottingham post-war council housing. From the back gardens of some houses you could probably see the top decks of buses on thejimchisholmuk
Thanks for this, Lex. I encountered something similar - though not quite a 2.5 mile walk, thank goodness - when researching one of Alan Godfrey's maps in the
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