Crawford Street

I had been told that Crawford Street was up-and-coming so walked along it in search of breakfast.   I didn’t see many signs of its coming up, apart from a craft shop called Another Country, but I was able to admire St. Mary’s, Wyndham Place by Robert Smirke, the architect of the British Museum, a fine and elegant example of Commissioners’ Classical, with a school attached:-

Opposite was an old-fashioned pharmacy, founded over 200 years ago:-

And I liked the leisurely dragon I spotted on a thirties mansion block near the RIBA:-

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