Pictured: A car next to the small parking space.
This is Britain's tiniest parking space - measuring just over a foot.
The mini-gap between two sets of double yellow lines can fit nothing bigger than a child's toy car.
The 43cm (17 inches) gap is only a little wider than a piece of A4 paper - meaning the average family car would never be able to fit into it.
The space, on the corner of Fleet Street and Trafalgar Arches, in Brighton, East Sussex, has been created to show where public land ends and private land starts. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS.
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