Fans of classic cars (especially British ones) will enjoy the street names of Jaywick, Essex. This plan of this seaside plotland village, begun in the 1930s, is said to be based on the shape of a car radiator grille. pic.twitter.com/dxXR3RFLbG— Tim Dunn (@MrTimDunn) April 27, 2018
Friday, April 27, 2018
Culture influencing place
A lovely Tweet with some details I hadn't heard before.... I wonder if there are other places that have similar road naming schemes, other than the usual prime ministers and trees. I remember doing a Mission:Explore Lowestoft project, where I found an estate where the streets were named after bird species, and put together a birdwatching / twitching mission you could do while sat on the bus...