This is the edge of the Toxteth Estate, and here is the longest row of terraces we shall see, with very distinctive verandahs.
Turn right up Wigram Road. Opposite are a row of nine Late Victorian terraces (Nos 30-46, c. 1893) forming the edge of the Toxteth Estate. The Estate was broken up in stages from 1884. They are set well up from the street and have elaborate broken-out cast iron balconies, which emphasise their separateness and height, and acanthus-leaf plaster friezes. Cross at the pedestrian crossing to Mansfield Street.