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A Common Mispelling Of Room To Let
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Let’s Move To Shrewsbury, Shropshire:...

03.06.2016

I’d move there in a heartbeat if – sad face – it wasn’t so far from the sea

What’s going for it? The football team might be Shrewsbury Town, but this place is all city to me. And what a city! Step out of the battlemented neo-gothic train station and you’re flung into a jumbled streetscape of jettied, black-and-white Tudor town houses tottering on to the pavement like a closing-time drunk, beside red-faced, fat-bellied brick Georgian town houses, spired churches, coaching inns and cobbled alleys. Shrewsbury was quite the place in the 18th century, when it boomed as a pitstop on the freeway to Dublin. These days it’s a bit left behind, now that canals, railways, motorways and Ryanair have replaced turnpikes, all alone on its hill, wrapped in a delicious curl of the river Severn. It seems a civilised, underrated place to live, with its riverside garden, flower festival, arts scene and elegant bridges, a cathedral city in all but cathedral... .. more

Property | The Guardian

Let’s Move To Shrewsbury, Shropshire:...

03.06.2016

I’d move there in a heartbeat if – sad face – it wasn’t so far from the sea

What’s going for it? The football team might be Shrewsbury Town, but this place is all city to me. And what a city! Step out of the battlemented neo-gothic train station and you’re flung into a jumbled streetscape of jettied, black-and-white Tudor town houses tottering on to the pavement like a closing-time drunk, beside red-faced, fat-bellied brick Georgian town houses, spired churches, coaching inns and cobbled alleys. Shrewsbury was quite the place in the 18th century, when it boomed as a pitstop on the freeway to Dublin. These days it’s a bit left behind, now that canals, railways, motorways and Ryanair have replaced turnpikes, all alone on its hill, wrapped in a delicious curl of the river Severn. It seems a civilised, underrated place to live, with its riverside garden, flower festival, arts scene and elegant bridges, a cathedral city in all but cathedral... .. more

Property | The Guardian

Let’s Move To Shrewsbury, Shropshire:...

03.06.2016

I’d move there in a heartbeat if – sad face – it wasn’t so far from the sea

What’s going for it? The football team might be Shrewsbury Town, but this place is all city to me. And what a city! Step out of the battlemented neo-gothic train station and you’re flung into a jumbled streetscape of jettied, black-and-white Tudor town houses tottering on to the pavement like a closing-time drunk, beside red-faced, fat-bellied brick Georgian town houses, spired churches, coaching inns and cobbled alleys. Shrewsbury was quite the place in the 18th century, when it boomed as a pitstop on the freeway to Dublin. These days it’s a bit left behind, now that canals, railways, motorways and Ryanair have replaced turnpikes, all alone on its hill, wrapped in a delicious curl of the river Severn. It seems a civilised, underrated place to live, with its riverside garden, flower festival, arts scene and elegant bridges, a cathedral city in all but cathedral... .. more

Property | The Guardian

Let’s Move To Shrewsbury, Shropshire:...

03.06.2016

I’d move there in a heartbeat if – sad face – it wasn’t so far from the sea

What’s going for it? The football team might be Shrewsbury Town, but this place is all city to me. And what a city! Step out of the battlemented neo-gothic train station and you’re flung into a jumbled streetscape of jettied, black-and-white Tudor town houses tottering on to the pavement like a closing-time drunk, beside red-faced, fat-bellied brick Georgian town houses, spired churches, coaching inns and cobbled alleys. Shrewsbury was quite the place in the 18th century, when it boomed as a pitstop on the freeway to Dublin. These days it’s a bit left behind, now that canals, railways, motorways and Ryanair have replaced turnpikes, all alone on its hill, wrapped in a delicious curl of the river Severn. It seems a civilised, underrated place to live, with its riverside garden, flower festival, arts scene and elegant bridges, a cathedral city in all but cathedral... .. more

Property | The Guardian

Let’s Move To Shrewsbury, Shropshire:...

03.06.2016

I’d move there in a heartbeat if – sad face – it wasn’t so far from the sea

What’s going for it? The football team might be Shrewsbury Town, but this place is all city to me. And what a city! Step out of the battlemented neo-gothic train station and you’re flung into a jumbled streetscape of jettied, black-and-white Tudor town houses tottering on to the pavement like a closing-time drunk, beside red-faced, fat-bellied brick Georgian town houses, spired churches, coaching inns and cobbled alleys. Shrewsbury was quite the place in the 18th century, when it boomed as a pitstop on the freeway to Dublin. These days it’s a bit left behind, now that canals, railways, motorways and Ryanair have replaced turnpikes, all alone on its hill, wrapped in a delicious curl of the river Severn. It seems a civilised, underrated place to live, with its riverside garden, flower festival, arts scene and elegant bridges, a cathedral city in all but cathedral... .. more

Property | The Guardian
 
 

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