Historical images of Priory Terrace Click on the thumbnails to enlarge them. about 1855: All Saints Parish Church behind the Priory. Priory Terrace now runs between the two buildings. 1870 – 1880: view from the end of Priory Terrace, showing All Saints Church and the Post Office. A bath chair and a small pony trap are also visible. 1886: OS map showing the Priory and the new Post Office next door to it. There are just 4 houses on this side of the street. Around 1900: All Saints Parish Church and the post office with Priory Terrace between them. Around 1900: view from All Saints church tower, looking along Priory Terrace. Around 1900: Church Street looking towards Priory Terrace. 1900 – 1909: a view of Priory Terrace with All Saints Church at the end of the street. 1906: All Saints Parish Church and some of the houses on the river side of Priory Terrace. 1910: the River Leam and the backs of some of the houses on Priory Terrace. Around 1930: Corpus Christi Festival parade 1932: the river has been flooded. The picture was taken from the foot of the Elephant Wash on Priory Terrace. 1932: the flooded river from behind the Parish Church. 1938: the houses on Priory Terrace backing onto the River Leam. 1950s: Aylesford Well, outside All Saints Parish Church 1970s: Aerial picture of church, postoffice, new sorting office and some houses 1998: Aerial photo of the floods Around 2000: the weekly market in Victoria Terrace outside the Parish Church. Priory Terrace is in the background.