THE LOST STREETS OF PARIS AND THEIR MODERN-DAY LOCATIONS

STREETS
rue des Anglois
Now called the rue des Anglais; in the Latin Quarter.
rue de la Barillerie
Now part of the Boulevard du Palais, on the Île de la Cité, near Sainte-Chapelle.
rue des Billettes
Now the lower part of the rue des Archives, below the rue Sainte-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie; the cloister and church still stand.
rue de Bourbon
Now the rue de Lille, behind the Museé d’Orsay.
rue de la Calandre
Now part of the Préfecture de Police complex on the Île de la Cité, between Sainte-Chapelle and Notre Dame.
rue de la Comédie-Française
Now the rue de l’Odéon. In the eighteenth-century the street was called the rue du Théâtre Français; I changed the name to avoid confusion among the many theaters in Paris.
rue du Coq
Now the rue de Marengo, just north of the Sully Wing of the Louvre.
rue de la Fromagerie
This street was destroyed during the expansion of Les Halles in the nineteenth century; it was located in the area where the Forum des Halles shopping center now stands.
rue Fromenteau
One of many lost streets between the Old Louvre and the Tuileries Palace. It was located about where the Louvre’s entrance pyramid stands now.
rue du Guet
This street was located near the Châtelet Metro stop, just north of the rue de Rivoli.
rue Neuve-Saint-Augustin
Now the rues Danou and Saint-Augustin, located between the Place Vendôme and the Opéra Garnier.
rue des Orties
A lost street in the area of the Pyramides Metro Stop, behind the Church of Saint-Roch.
rue Plâtrière
Now the rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, directly northwest of the Church of Saint-Eustache near the entrance to Les Halles.
rue de la Poterie
One of many streets destroyed during the expansion of Les Halles in the nineteenth century; it was located in the area where the Forum des Halles shopping center now stands.
rue des Poulies
Now the rue de l’Amiral-de-Coligny, running along the easternmost façade of the Louvre.
rue du Puits
Now the rue Aubriot, just south of the Church of Notre-Dame des Blancs-Manteaux in the Marais.
rue Saint-Landry
A lost street that sat on the northern edge of the Île de la Cité where the quai de Corse is now, between the Pont Notre-Dame and the Pont d’Arcole. Now the site of the Hôtel-Dieu hospital.
rue de la Tixéranderie
Now a large parking garage behind the Hôtel de Ville, directly north of the Church of Saint-Gervais.
rue Traversiere
Now the rue Molière, between the Avenue de l’Opéra and the lower part of the rue de Richelieu near the current Comédie-Française building.
rue Voltaire
Now the rue Casimir Delavigne, near the Odéon on the Left Bank.
QUAIS
quai des Augustins
Now the quai des Grands Augustins, on the Left Bank between the Pont Neuf and the Pont Saint-Michel.
quai de l’École
Now part of the quai du Louvre, at the end near the Pont Neuf Metro station.
quai des Morfundus
Now the quai de l’Horloge, on the north bank of the Île de la Cité.
quai des Ormes
Now part of the quai des Célestins, south of the Hôtel de Sens.
OTHER PLACES
Place Royale
Now called the Place des Vosges, in the eastern Marais.
Pont Rouge
A lost bridge that connected the Île de la Cité with the Île Saint-Louis. It was located north of the modern Pont Saint-Louis, and stretched from the end of the rue des Chantres on the Île de la Cité to what is now the Place Louis Aragon on the Île Saint-Louis.
All of the other streets and places mentioned in THE SONG PEDDLER OF THE PONT NEUF may be located on a modern-day city map.