An 18th and 19th century terrace on the west side of Above Bar Street, just north of Gibbs Road and once extending to Commercial Road. It was probably named after the Marquis of Anglesea (1768-1854). The only surviving fragment is no. 129 Above Bar Street on the corner of Gibbs Road, which dates to 1820-30.

129 Above Bar Street

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The only surviving fragment of Anglesea Place, photographed in 1941.


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