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Another in the series of urban grunge pictures photographed in the centre of Hinckley.
The following quote is from a wikipedia page about alleys.
"In England there are numerous words used locally to describe alleys which are narrow pavements between or behind buildings.
Jennel, which may be spelt gennel or ginnel, is common in Sheffield, Leeds and other parts of Yorkshire. It is also used in Oldham.
Twitten is an old Sussex dialect word, used in both East and West Sussex, for a path or alleyway.
In Nottinghamshire, north-west Essex and east Hertfordshire, twichell is common.
In Liverpool the term entry or jigger is more common. "Entry" is also used in Manchester.
The word jitty or gitties is often found in Derbyshire and Leicestershire and gulley is a term used in the Black Country.
In north-east England they can be called chares , and in Plymouth, opes."
Urban grunge photographer Graham Jeffery, Hinckley UK.