How can I access deleted photos from my iPhoto Library Cache?

My Macbook Pro broke about a year ago and I recently took the hard drive out to access the files. I have a hard drive enclosure to USB to my Acer (Windows) Laptop. I was looking through all the folders when I came across this: D:\Users\Lizee\Library\Caches\Desktop\iPhoto Albums
In this folder is a list of different albums I have had over the years and in the albums there are photo files, but I cannot view them! This gives me hope that maybe there is a way to salvage and get back some of the photos I once deleted! Please let me know if you know ANY way I can get any of these photos back... I will do anything!

I don't believe there is any way to do what you want. These are not your photos.
Regards
TD

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