Grays Inn Road place-name cluster

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Robin Hood-related localities in or near Grays Inn Road, London. Click cluster marker for locality markers. Click locality marker for link to page.
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Pindar Passage (Grays Inn Road)¤1810|Pindar Place (Grays Inn Road)¤1825|Pinder of Wakefield (Grays Inn Road)¤1692|Pinder of Wakefield's Fort (Clerkenwell)¤1643|Pinner Court (Grays Inn Road)¤1763|Robin Hood (Leather Lane, Holborn)¤1767|Robin Hood Yard (Holborn)¤1746|

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-01-16. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2022-05-27.

Robin Hood place-names, localities with local traditions, literary locales etc. in or near Grays Inn Road, formerly Middlesex, now London:

About 300 m ESE of Grays Inn Road we also find Wakefield Mews and Street, but it is unclear if these names were inspired by the presence of the Pinder of Wakefield on Grays Inn Road, for there were formerly also streets named after Manchester, Liverpool and Chesterfield in the vicinity.[1]