Henry's headstone "says a few more words and then unlocks the door."
swans in murk and how original pews faced the
east etc. etc.
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quite boring retreat of Royalty
fungal conservation near the site of a
significant native settlement By bus:
111, 216, 411, 451, 461, 718, R68, 416, 513, 267
(Summer Sundays only)
"tour" and you leave.
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The End of North 22nd StreetFrom the East side of the River, I walked up North 22nd Street to East Franklin Street. There was an Odeon Cinema at the end of the junction.
East Grace StreetAt this busy crossing between East Grace Street and North 22nd Street is a collection of dome buildings. I walked past them, further up North 22nd, to reach East Broad Street.
East Broad StreetFinally turning into the street which lead to Saint John's Episcopal Church from the East side of the river.