Cee’s Which Way Challenge: Passageway

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: There is no specific theme given.  It just needs to be some sort of  ‘Which Way’. The possibilities are endless.

Shropshire has an odd name for its alleys or passageways, particularly those that pass through a building from one street to another – shuts – derived from shoots as in ‘shoots through‘. In Ludlow there are a few of these as well as several cobbled lanes and hidden courtyards which date from the medieval period.

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

12 thoughts on “Cee’s Which Way Challenge: Passageway”

  1. Some great alleyways there Jude. They remind me of similar ones in the City of London, and in the back streets of Covent Garden too.
    Regards as always, Pete. x

    1. It is a very underrated county – most people just drive through on the way to Wales, but there is some lovely countryside walks and trails and spectacular landscapes not to mention the history in towns like Ludlow and Shrewsbury. I only wish it was closer to the coast as I miss the sea.

    1. It’s a town with a lot of history (and Mystery) – even Catherine of Aragon lived in the castle with her first husband Prince Arthur, in 1501.

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