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alley

A path between buildings or behind buildings, usually with walls on both sides.

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Ginnel maps are also available for visitors to take and enjoy the ginnels at your leisure.
Now it looks fantastic and Liverpool's squares and ginnels can compare with those anywhere else in Europe.
Lighting should also always be considered as a potential asset, especially where it illuminates dark congregating points, footpaths and ginnels.
This was packed to the ginnels with a party of female students doing a very accurate impersonation of a flock of squawking penguins in a school dinner queue.
Work has included removing graffiti, clearing fly tipping and clearing ginnels.
I'd like to help people appreciate the moors, the ginnels and the houses," he said.
Snickets and Ginnels, using inks, gouache, acrylic, gold thread, and gold leaf (typical of her media) was inspired by working with children of Greetland Primary School, whose own original painting of the same scene is on view at the gallery.