Water Tower Street

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Two-storey Victorian red-brick and mock-tudor decorated houses in Water-Tower Street.

On the Lavaux Map this is simply called "Tower Street" and runs alongside the City Walls. On the 1873 OS map it is called "Wall Street", but this name appears to have been short-lived. In the early Victorian period much of the frontage was occupied by the Northgate Brewery.


Northgate Street

Canning Street

Pemberton Road

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