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An early example of pedestrianisation in London Street, Norwich. An historical collection of lost photographs showing a developing Britain from the 1960s were found in a basement at the University of Sheffield department of town and regional planning. They belonged to esteemed government planner JR ‘Jimmy’ James. See the 1967 video of the launch of the pedestrianised street here:

The Alan Partridge television comedy may have poked fun at the pedestrianisation of Norwich city centre, but an unearthed cache of lost photographs has revealed that it really was a landmark development.