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Kev shares the best images from the Liverpool Records Office plus information, documents etc that focus on Liverpool's history and development.
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Local historian and author of 'Liverpool in the 1950's. and the author of the 'Liverpool Picturebook' website, sharing local history articles updated twice weekly on Yo Liverpool.
"I run the Bluecoat Press and have been publishing books on Liverpool for the past 20 years. A photographic history of Liverpool." - Colin Wilkinson
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John Reppion author of 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool, presents his selection of weird Liverpool history, odd tales and folklore for your viewing pleasure.
Liverpool and Merseyside's growth & development, population increases, slavery, the wars etc.
The development of Liverpool's architecture including public, commercial and port buildings, municipal housing, garden suburbs, streets, tenements, terraces, squares etc.
Liverpool was the first council in the country to build homes for its inhabitants. From the earliest examples through to present day, Liverpool's housing has been a varied mixture of municipal and private housing, garden suburbs, streets, tenements, terraces, squares etc.
Liverpool and Merseyside people and their origins, associated cultures and communities that have developed and continue to develop within Merseyside.
The 'Pool of Life' extends far and wide. There are hundreds of thousands of scousers living all around the globe. Share your experiences of moving and living away from the region! Discuss everything 'Ex-Pat' related here.
Recent photographs, views and information on Liverpool's architecture, buildings, streets, structures and the wider urban environment.
Yo! Liverpool's urban explorers have been out and about finding the normally unseen parts of our urban environment. Have you got any pictures and reports to share?
A daily challenge for our members. The aim was to capture and post 365 pictures of Liverpool and Merseyside throughout the year. The first picture posted became Picture of the Day for that day!
Recent photographs, views and information on the many districts and areas of Liverpool and Merseyside.
Photographs, views and information about recently completed local building projects, restorations, developments including high rise scouse-scrapers!
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