Number 6 Winckley Square, illuminated as dusk falls. Now Peter Rickson & Partners, Solicitors. One of the earliest houses, it was built, circa 1802, for Mr John Gorst, a great friend of William Cross, who died in 1825.
Gateway to the car park of Peter Rickson & Partners, Number 6 Winckley Square. Formally stables, coach-house and garden of Mr John Gorst's house.
Number 7 Winckley Square. Now, Napthen:Houghton:Craven, Solicitors. This house was built in 1830-31, by the Vicar of Preston, the Reverend Roger Carus-Wilson, and later the premises of the accountant Mr James Todd, whose ashes are interred in the wall of this property. A plaque marks the spot.