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Nicol Terrace before building work started
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Nicol Terrace before building work started

See also picture #2389 for how it looks now.
Picture added on 04 May 2010 at 22:20
The rusty shed at no 62 was an old stable for 3 or 4 clydesdales when my folks lived there. There was still some harness around at that time.

The white house on the left had a wall at the front of their door. Outside was a clump of what I realise now was Japanese knot weed!!! We played in what we all thought we was a jungle!! - as one does at 5/6 years old. Am absolutely astonished that a new build house was allowed in the grounds of no 62.
Added by DSM on 09 May 2010
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