Monday, 18 March 2013

Smallest House

I motored into town this morning in order to have my car serviced. Walking up Great Victoria Street, I passed what is reputedly the smallest house in Belfast, a single-bay, two-storey extension to the Baptist church, at 66 Great Victoria Street.

It was originally the caretaker's house, with a frontage of eight feet.

Although I had brought my netbook with me, there was no need because the Linenhall Library's shutters were firmly down.

At Marks & Spencer's store, I spotted a navy cashmere scarf, reduced from £38 to £19, which I purchased.

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