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Liverpool Picturebook

A site dedicated to photographs and History of old Liverpool

  1. Kirkdale

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Edwards View Post
    In the year 1907 the authors William Farrer and J. Brownbill described Kirkdale as follows:


    With a frontage to the Mersey of a mile in length, Kirkdale extends inland about a mile and a half, the area being 841 acres. It occupies the level ground between Everton and the river, a large part of which was formerly Sandhills, and the village lay at the foot of the hill, on the north-west side of the road from Liverpool to Walton. To the north rose a brook which ran down to the
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  2. Liverpool's Prisons

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    Liverpool’s first Gaol was Liverpool Tower; the tower was built largely in the 15th century and by the mid-1700s was in such a bad state that prisoners frequently escaped. There is still a small alleyway, next to St Nicholas church called Prison Weint. The alleyway today runs between the rear of Tower Building and St Nicholas Church.

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  3. Liverpool's Prisons

    Quote Originally Posted by BobEd View Post

    Liverpool’s first Gaol was Liverpool Tower; the tower was built largely in the 15th century and by the mid-1700s was in such a bad state that prisoners frequently escaped. There is still a small alleyway, next to St Nicholas church called Prison Weint. The alleyway today runs between the rear of Tower Building and St Nicholas Church.

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