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- A4, A3, A2 Prints are printed on 315 gsm natural nextured bright white matt paper, which lends itself to neutral black and white tones and punchy colours.
- A1 size print is printed on heavy weight matt museum quality archival paper.
- All pictures are printed on site in our Gallery.
- All our picture sizes are appoximate determined by the image ratio and the camera that has been used.
- Please be aware that colours can vary dependent upon computer screens.
Lovat Lane, City of London
If you would really like get lost in time for a few moments, away from the hustle and bustle of London life then this is the place for you. If you follow Lovat Lane, in the City of London, as it runs from busy Eastcheap you will arrive on Lower Thames Street opposite the old Billingsgate Fish Market. The whole lane feels like a time warp, true you will pass the occasional small modern building set among the originals but they are barley noticed such is the overpowering feeling of old London. The narrowness of the sloping lane gives you a true feeling of how London would have felt centuries ago. Midway is the church of St Mary at Hill, the original destroyed by the Great File of London in 1666, the current was designed by Sir Christopher Wren for The King after the fire.
Lovat Lane’s history dates back to the Medieval period and if you walk through this wonderful lane and let your mind wander it’s not difficult to be transported back in time.