John Mason Liverpool Removal and Storage Contractor Old Pictures

Established in 1884, John Mason Liverpool Removal and Storage Contractor have been serving Liverpool and surrounding areas for over 125 years. Scroll down for the pictures! Company History Coming soon… Pictures Images courtesy C. Mason (Director) Website: http://www.johnmason.com/

Old Liverpool School’s HMI Reports from 1877 to 1894 *Exclusive*

Old Liverpool School’s HMI Reports from 1877 to 1894 *Exclusive* These have got to be some of the earliest examples of Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMI) reports for an Infant Department. They provide a glimpse into Education in Liverpool and England from many years ago. Fascinating in their content, the reports are presented in year order … Continue reading “Old Liverpool School’s HMI Reports from 1877 to 1894 *Exclusive*”

The Mersey Bowman Archery Lodge, Cazneau Street Liverpool

The Mersey Bowman Archery Lodge, Cazneau Street Liverpool The Mersey Bowman Archery Lodge, Cazneau Street Liverpool. The old English and manly practice of Archery was a pastime which was held in estimation, in the last quarter of the 18th century, by the higher classes in Liverpool. An archery ground, with shooting butts, was formed, and … Continue reading “The Mersey Bowman Archery Lodge, Cazneau Street Liverpool”

The it’s Liverpool interview and the unfortunate incident involving a mouse

The it’s Liverpool interview and the unfortunate incident involving a mouse I was extremely pleased to have been contacted recently by the good people of it’s Liverpool who were interested to find out about me and how YO! Liverpool came to be. YO! Liverpool is now into its 11th year but the inspiration behind it … Continue reading “The it’s Liverpool interview and the unfortunate incident involving a mouse”

*Liverpool History* The Ladies Walk to the Coal Bunker

From “Ladies Walk” to Coal Bunker. According to Edward Baines, in his book, History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster (1836), there were two ‘Ladies Walks’ in Liverpool: one parallel to Duke Street and another just off Old Hall Street, opposite Old Leeds Street. This is an account of the second. “… at … Continue reading “*Liverpool History* The Ladies Walk to the Coal Bunker”

Minis In Liverpool – Gallery 2 of the Iconic Mini in Liverpool

Minis In Liverpool – Gallery 2 of the Iconic Mini in Liverpool Following on from the previous post entitled ‘Minis In Liverpool – A Gallery Minis on the Streets of Liverpool‘, I present to you Gallery number 2 of Minis parked along the streets of Liverpool. Enjoy!