14 January 2009
The world's narrowest and shortest streets
Parliament Street, in Exeter, narrows to 25" and dates from the 1300s. Ebenezer Place, in Scotland, runs along the short side of the hotel shown, for a total length of 2 meters.
Credit here, where there are also pix of streets that are the longest, crookedest, oldest, widest, steepest...
Update: see the note by Megan in the Comments section re a possibly narrower street in Mexico, tho it may raise the question of the distinction (if there is one?) between an "alley" and a "street."