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Fleet street

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Fleet street. Get inspired and try out new things.
There's a place down at the end of the way. Travel at dark, you won't find it at day. It appears, then leaves like a shadow in the mist. Here now, gone the next, it won't even exist. -Hailie

Who was the menacing and malevolent stranger who climbed into Tom Cox’s Hackney Carriage on All Hallows Eve 1684 who not only terrified him out of his wits, but changed his life forever?

This is a genius idea with the pull out desk as it means you could have cupboards underneath the desk - not sure how pricey this would be to build though

This is a genius idea with the pull out desk as it means you could have cupboards underneath the desk - not sure how pricey this would be to build though

Exit from Fleet Street, spiritual home of British journalism – in pictures

The last two journalists still working in London’s Fleet Street – two reporters on the Dundee-based Sunday Post – are leaving it on Friday, and the home of the UK’s newspaper industry is no more

Mark Stay
Mark Stay saved to London
Crowds outside the London office of the Scotsman newspaper on Fleet Street, waiting for news of the general strike in May 1926

The last two journalists still working in London’s Fleet Street – two reporters on the Dundee-based Sunday Post – are leaving it on Friday, and the home of the UK’s newspaper industry is no more

John Ball
John Ball saved to Fulham