Today Tiny Dinosaur visited England’s smallest window.
The plaque reads:
"The George Hotel
England’s smallest window
The George Hotel is one of Hull’s oldest surviving Public houses and can be dated back to 1683. It is also home to England’s smallest window which is rumoured to have been used in the days when The George was a coaching Inn. A porter was seated at the window to watch for coaches so as to give immediate attention on arrival”
Tiny Dinosaur was interested to learn some history and see such a small window. He was also quite amused that the street was called “The Land of Green Ginger”, which seemed quite unusual for a street name.