After Clarkson, Tooth and Pickburn’s premises…….
then came gardens, facing Club Row, a few cottages on the bank, (Field)
Next were steps leading up to Club Row Gardens and field. (The high bank with garden on it).
As today, there was a narrow alley leading from Bath Street up to the north end of Club Row.
On the map above you can just see Bath Street running down the centre with the British School at the bottom.
The last houses of Club Row can be seen and there is the narrow alley leading from Bath Street to these houses
Then came a narrow road leading up to two or three old cottages.
These cottages were possibly those which formed Mount Row — not to be confused with Mount Street — situated a short distance north-west of the north end of Club Row, separated from the latter by open land and approached from Bath Street via a narrow alleyway.
On the map above, Mount Row is named and you can see the ‘narrow road’ from Bath Street to this row.