Baker Street

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Running south of the Greenway Road, near the Western or Elven Gate is Baker Street, named for the numerous bakeries lining both sides of the street. Bread being one of the major exports, Baker Street is one of the highest economic earning districts in the town. Many of the bakeries are made of stone and sturdy brick, a sure sign of their wealth. It also smells wonderful, though some days, the mixture of fresh bread and offal from Low Town creates a stench unique to Echer’Naught.