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  1. As I remember it, the Gaumont cost more than the...

    As I remember it, the Gaumont cost more than the Mayfair, and the Mayfair was also much nearer to where I lived in Belgrave Road, making the Mayfair our family favourite. I mainly remember that the...
  2. I always wondered why he slipped in that...

    I always wondered why he slipped in that reference to banning scouse at the Nurenburg rally.
  3. Bridget: Many times Adolph would go out in the...

    Bridget: Many times Adolph would go out in the evenings to political meetings. He would return, wild-eyed and full of anger.

    After a time, he would fall into a depression and would sit brooding...
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    The trouble with using the more correct term...

    The trouble with using the more correct term "Setts" is that it tends to sound awkward in a sentence. For example: "I walked down the cobbled street" as compared with: "I walked down the setted...
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    Ah, they don't make carbuncles like they used...

    Ah, they don't make carbuncles like they used too...
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    It's good to have a clear view of the Goree...

    It's good to have a clear view of the Goree Plazza from the side, showing the arches. I think I've only ever seen photographs of the end elevation before now.
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    Facebook advertises tickets for a visit to the...

    Facebook advertises tickets for a visit to the tunnel here:

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=215329188481491
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    I used to be there at lunch time most days when I...

    I used to be there at lunch time most days when I was a school boy at John Hamilton. I read through all the bound volumes of Punch (mostly just the cartoons). At that time libraries were still...
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    The Carnegie library on the corner of Lister Road...

    The Carnegie library on the corner of Lister Road and Green Lane was closed because of health and safety problems, although I don’t know any further details.

    I passed by Everton Library just last...
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    Yes, the statues had to be relocated to make way...

    Yes, the statues had to be relocated to make way for the canal. They were none too careful about it, as various chips and dents testify. Mind you, I think that the canal was a good idea and at...
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    I used to visit the bike shop on Mill Street to...

    I used to visit the bike shop on Mill Street to get parts and puncture repair outfits. Tough climb getting up that hill.
  12. An area I'm very familiar with, great to see its...

    An area I'm very familiar with, great to see its former glory. I hope that what is left is kept!
  13. Cheers for that, Greeny.

    Cheers for that, Greeny.
  14. Cheers for that, Greeny.

    Cheers for that, Greeny.
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    St Michaels, in the hamlet of the same name, off...

    St Michaels, in the hamlet of the same name, off Aigburth.
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    Fascinating. Have to get down there for a look.

    Fascinating. Have to get down there for a look.
  17. Thanks very much for the replies. But I'm after...

    Thanks very much for the replies. But I'm after information as regards the last time that a tram travelled along Aigburth road specifically. The final date of the last tram to go along that...
  18. Thanks very much for the replies. But I'm after...

    Thanks very much for the replies. But I'm after information as regards the last time that a tram travelled along Aigburth road specifically. The final date of the last tram to go along that...
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    Zebu? Training ship?

    Zebu? Training ship?
  20. Does anyone know when the trams stopped going...

    Does anyone know when the trams stopped going along Aigburth road? I've seen a photo of Dingle overhead railway station from April 1955 and Park Road doesn't appear to have any tram lines showing in...
  21. Does anyone know when the trams stopped going...

    Does anyone know when the trams stopped going along Aigburth road? I've seen a photo of Dingle overhead railway station from April 1955 and Park Road doesn't appear to have any tram lines showing in...
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    Wonderful collection of images of a magnificent...

    Wonderful collection of images of a magnificent building. A sad loss to the city.
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    There were two earlier, minor incidents, prior to...

    There were two earlier, minor incidents, prior to the turn of the century, before the fire in 1901 which resulted in fatalities. All three accidents are recorded and can be seen via the link I've...
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    There were a couple of minor accidents at the...

    There were a couple of minor accidents at the Dingle Station, but the accident involving fatalities was 1901. There's a fascinating accident report, complete with witness statments and a full map of...
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    Great shots. There are some good ones of the...

    Great shots. There are some good ones of the outside of Dingle Station from 1955 on this website:

    http://www.photobydjnorton.com/LOR.html
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