Part of my Streets of Norwich project….
Leading on from Gas Hill, Telegraph Road is split into East and West, divided by Quebec Street.
The entrance to the street from the Gas Hill end.
St. Matthew’s Church.
This is the only listed building, well structure, in this part of Norwich, which is the war memorial that was originally unveiled on 25 September 1921. It has been shunted about a bit as the church is new and some bloody idiot vandalised it, but it’s all been repaired and fixed up. The memorial commemorates 128 servicemen who lost their lives during the First World War.
Like being in the countryside….
That’s a slightly abrupt installation of a garage door onto the frontage of an older building. But, whatever works…