Charlotte Street
Charlotte Street was a cul-de-sac opening onto the north side of Briton Street. The street dates back to at least 1791; it is shown on Milne's map of that date. The houses were probably built in the early 19th century and were demolished in the 1930s as part of a slum clearance scheme. Queen's Way was later built over the site.

Charlotte Street is mentioned in the will of John Oke (d. 1861).

Charlotte Court
A 19th century court that opened on the west side of the north end of Charlotte Street opposite to Mason's Close on the east side.


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