What a higgeldy piggeldy lot. I noticed these and the top views of the Stoniers row when the big wheel was in the square that time. Really old looking.
Is that picture for real Kev? I can't believe any city council would allow such a conglomeration of buildings! how does one access the ones sandwiched in the centre?? and, are they old, or recently built?
(ps. by recently, I mean since the 1960's)
More like the 1860's,I think!
All those bits you see in the centre Norm are the rears of the properties. All are accessed from the front.
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Thanks for replies! I was'nt able to recognise or orientate any part of the square! guess it was due to the unusual aspect!! nice pic though Kev, I bought my wife's engagement ring from a jewellers in the street leading to the square from Church St, that was in 1954!!! Oh how time fly's