Parliament Street is in Exeter, England. It is the narrowest street in the world, measuring less than 0.64m (25″) at its narrowest point. It was originally called Small Street (for reasons that are obvious) but was renamed when parliament passed an act of law that expanded the representation of the people in the house of commons. The street dates from the 1300s and it is 50 meters long.
The House that Moved, Exeter, Devon, England. This 14th century house was moved all because archaeologists couldn't bear to part with it, but the city needed to run a road right through the property it originally stood on so they moved it Good job too! Photo by Tollhouse Alan,