First off, look at this amazing stump! Alright then, moving along, as soon as we move past the gates of Fullerton Place, we are on regular Westminster Place, and the tone of the streetscape completely changes as we walk past Second Presbyterian Church on the northwest corner of Taylor Avenue.
It is a beautiful block, with a fascinating mixture of the same styles of architecture that we saw on the more exclusive blocks, except now the lots and houses are smaller.
This last apartment building, at the northeast corner of Walton Avenue (a less known street because it starts at McPherson and heads north away from the more well-known parts of the neighborhood), has an interesting story. This is where Tennessee Williams lived with his family, and where supposedly The Glass Menagerie was set. He actually hated the Central West End, despite the fact that today the neighborhood celebrates that he grew up here. Williams is buried in Calvary Cemetery.