Nelson Grove Road: No's 98, 96 and 94
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|Partial / Incomplete Date||March 1963|
|Copyright 1||R.W. Sims|
|Notes / History||Industrialisation and the growth of towns and cities increased the need for property development to meet housing demands.
Mass production, plus the ability to transport materials rapidly by rail, aided the construction of the red brick Victorian terrace.
With their uniform style, joint construction and outdoor toilet facilities, these rows of compact homes could be built cheaply, simply and in record time.