Floral Street: Lionel Morton

Floral Street is a street located in the Covent Garden area of London. It runs east from Garrick Street to Bow Street.

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  1. Hedley Says:

    Nice one Kat, obviously named before the famous market moved to Nine Elms.
    Today Covent Garden is entertainment, food and stores including Fred Perry. It is also the entrance to the excellent London Transportation Museum.

    Floral Street is relatively narrow with some high end stuff…and my favorite..The Tintin Store…Blistering Barnacles

    • Kat Says:

      Thank you, my dear Hedley. I have this great album called The London Nobody Knows, and that’s the source for this song.

      I have been to Covent Garden many times in its various configurations. There was a wonderful store a long while back there where I used to be able to buy old vinyl and old posters.

      I don’t remember Floral Street, but I really liked this song.

  2. Hedley Says:

    Floral Street is north of the square, and is generally unmemorable and not terribly easy to find. the only reason I have wandered down there is the ubiquitous Tintin store
    Lots of viewing tonight..AR and Bachelor

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