Salisbury (2), Wiltshire
Riverside Walk, The Maltings. The River Avon is evident at a number of locations within the City of Salisbury and this is one of them. This is quite a pleasant area very near to the city centre.
Queen Street includes the 15th Century House of John A'Port, who was a wool merchant and Mayor of Salisbury six times, together with other medieval buildings.
The original market place was quite large and today's streets such as Oatmeal Row, Ox Row, Butcher Row, and Fish Row show every sign of being encroachments of permanent shops built to replace the temporary stalls of earlier times.
This shows the eastern end of Fish Row with the Tourist Information Centre on the left.
Minster Street seen from its junction with Silver Street. The timber-framed building on the corner is 15th century as are probably the buildings beyond it in Minster Street.
The Poultry Cross, on the previous page, is just out of the right-hand edge of the picture.