This is a former road now split into a road and a pedestrianised footpath, linked by a covered walkway to St John's Street, and the site of the former Red Bull Theatre.
This short little alley certainly brings home the bacon, as conceals a vast modern courtyard, which was until recently the old Danish Bacon warehouse.
A fairly steep little passageway that's wide enough to be a road, was originally an extension of Saffron Hill to the south.
One of the joys of London are the alleys with wonderful names, and this is perfect example of one that can be found near Clerkenwell.
This is a tiny little pocket park that should have me delighting in its planting, but actually has me dispirited at the missed opportunity.
This small park near to Farringdon station is unsurprisingly, a former church graveyard, but also the site of a tumultuous period of English history.
This may be the best hidden pocket park in London, or maybe I wandered onto private property, it's not entirely easy to be sure which.
A funeral home in Farringdon has recently opened a most unusual museum, of the history of funerals. Not just British, but how humanity entire seeks to commemorate the death of loved ones and noble ones.
A patch of council housing in Clerkenwell has been recently improved by replacing concrete and cars with grasses and greenery.
In leafy Clerkenwell is a mighty church that externally looks as polite as a Clerkenwell church should look, but inside is still showing the massive scars left by WW2.