|1 - 11 BB1 LW||2 - 12 BB1 4LW|
|13 - 51 BB1 4DW||14 - 38 BB1 4DW|
|Sherwood BB1 4DW|
One Terrace on Right Hand Side no date
Left Hand Side Co-operative Terrace, built 1897.
Right Hand Side Windsor Place built 1898
Left Hand Side Balmoral Terrace, built in 1901
Right Hand Side No date stone
Left Hand Side Claremount Terrace built in 1892
In 1695 one of the Walmsleys, an Eleanor, married Lord Clifton of Lytham.
One of the blocks of houses are named Co-operative Terrace. This is a garden fronted block of houses built in 1897. The facing block of houses as no name.
The middle section of Clifton Street then crosses Cliff Street, and goes as far as Commercial Street before being broken by the road junction again.
Balmoral Terrace runs from number 14 to 28a in the middle section of the street. At the the top of this block, at the Cliff Street end, it is backed by Sherwood. The block of terrace houses was built in 1901. These are garden fronted.
Across from Balmoral Terrace is Windsor Place. Windsor place is also garden fronted. The houses are numbered from 13 to 27, running from Commercial Street to Cliff Street. Windsor Place was built in 1898.
All the blocks of terrace houses on Clifton Street are named after estates owned by the monarchy of England.
The lower section of Clifton Street has numbers 2 to 12 on one side, and are known as Claremont Terrace. Claremont was built in 1892.
The block of houses across from Claremont Terrace and numbered 1 to 11, are the only block of houses on Clifton Street which do not have front gardens. It also has no name.
The lower part of the Street runs from Commercial Street to Spring Street.
Rishton Street Names by E. Furber. Published October 1995.