What are the London streets like?
Very narrow and usually made of brick.
London Streets were very disgusting, people threw there poo and wee in the streets.
Filthy and unhygienic.
Theb streets where always busy with market sellers and buyers.
dirty and the streets were narrow
Ralph McTell first recorded The Streets of London in 1968.
They have cobblestone roads and are still wooden.
no, I'm sorry..there might be a couple of races in streets like London and all of those places...but not like the old ones. Sorry.
Eighteen, but they like to hide on the streets of London and are hard to spot.
You mean like a Dutch map of London with translated names? I believe we just call them the same.
The Streets of London - 1934 is rated/received certificates of: UK:U
Streets of London - video game - happened in 1982.
Streets of London - video game - was created in 1982.
There is no city or town called 'London", but there are a lot of "London streets".
Most of the streets in inner London are Victorian or older.
Of course they did, otherwise London would not exist, but the fire meant that London could be built differently, with wider streets, which for the most part are the streets that exist today.
The cast of On the Streets of London - 2013 includes: Lucien Morgan as Professor in Newspaper Darimi Saadon as Anwar
There are over 50 one way streets in London, including Albemarle Street, which was the first one way street in the city.
Life was getting more advanced. Gas lights were being used to light up London streets and horse drawn buses were used.
Emma Streets was born on October 14, 1991, in London, England, UK.
That would have to depend on the city but there were still many open sewers in the streets - even in London.
The streets were like rocky and sandy streets
Dick Whittington went to London because he believed the streets were paved with gold.
There are thousands of streets in London that have been there since 1980.
not verry clean
On the Streets of London.
In 1864, the streets of London
They're not all black but black is the colour you are most likely to see on the streets of London.
Mostly in central London in streets such as Haymarket, Shaftesbury Avenue, Strand, Leicester Square.
Lilian Russan has written: 'Historic streets of London' -- subject(s): Guidebooks, Streets, Historic sites
The population in 1851 was 2,362,000. pg 97. Clayton, A. (2000). SUBTERRANEAN CITY: Beneath the streets of London. London: Historical Publications.
Routemaster. There were also Trolley buses.
The cast of The Streets of London - 1934 includes: Phyllis Baker Campbell Copelin Guy Hastings Ethel Newman as Mrs. Fairweather Leonard Stephens as Paul Fairweather
People would deposit their waste out of their bedroom windows and on to the streets, that's why the place smelt so bad. (you were unlucky if it landed on you! lol)
i would say Paris but London is better in style not that Paris an't .but outside of Paris the streets are horrrrrrriiiiiibbbbbllllleeeee
Newton disguised himself and went on the streets and found out who was counterfeiting the coins in London.
Because wind spreads fire. This was particularly true in the Great Fire because streets were narrow (with houses overhanging the streets) and it was easy for the flames to cross streets.
London in the 1600s was very profitable for merchants and nobility. The poor had to get by with assistance from their local parish church, which provided welfare. The streets were narrow and filled with thrown out refuse and waste water, making the city a very unsanitary place to be.
they became famous by running about the streets of London naked whilst singing
The depth of depravity, sickness homelessness and poverty that were around him
They cross the street to avoid him
What is correct grammar You live in one of most prestigious streets or on one of most prestigious streets?
In London we live in a prestigious street; in New York we live on one.
Its About a homeless woman living in the streets of London who sells herself to other men.
None. They're all streets, avenues, squares etc.
In the original US version, the properties are named after streets in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Properties in the UK version were named after streets and locales in London.
The Great Fire of London STARTED in Pudding Lane and by the end, there were no streets left - they had all been burned.
Although there are hundreds of streets in London starting P - Pall Mall would come high on the list
not very and lots of diseases spread vast amounts of london!
According to Streets & Trips, 99 km.
safe streets are like manners or appropriate behavior in public.
The Great Fire of London traveled from house to house, building to building because the buildings were made predominantly from wood and the streets were extremely narrow. Add this to the fact that London had experienced a dry summer and London was extremely flammable.