Buildings in Carlisle Place
Buildings in Carlisle Place
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Buildings in Carlisle Place
A view of Carlisle Place, Westminster as seen from possibly a top floor window at Cardinal Mansions, a mansion block at the end of Carlisle Place by Francis Street. The view looks towards the Victorian five-storey mansion blocks covered in scaffolding, Carlisle Mansions at number 41-85 built in 1886. On the far right-hand side of the photograph beside the scaffolding in the distance can be glimpsed part of the neighbouring Convent of St Vincent de Paul. The convent which opened in 1863, now known as St Vincent's Centre, housed the order of nuns known as the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul including an orphanage and a school. Parked in the street can be seen a number of cars and by the end of the scaffolding are building materials and a cement mixer.
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