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  1. Thread: Visitation of God

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    Visitation of God

    Visitation of God

    On April 12 1856 details of the death of Mary Spencer was reported to local readers. The report stated how during a service at St Bartholomew’s Church the previous Sunday, Mary...
  2. You could just update it with a title and the...

    You could just update it with a title and the link to the new pic on your site. Save fellow twitters having to check for updates manually. You should :)
  3. Ged have you got Twitter? Be great to have an...

    Ged have you got Twitter? Be great to have an update feed automatically of new shots. You should think about setting one up if you haven't. Dead simple too!
  4. Hahahahaha, classic that!

    Hahahahaha, classic that!
  5. http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c60/gedfleming/V...

    http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c60/gedfleming/Various/Kebab-lad.jpg

    He says:

    "How did he get this without me noticing? Was I that engrossed in this particular 'bab?" lol
  6. Your 'Kebab Lad' is a mate of mine called Carl :)

    Your 'Kebab Lad' is a mate of mine called Carl :)
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    Missing, Presumed Dead at Brownlow Hill

    Missing, Presumed Dead

    In the year 1819 a woman known only as Mrs Z, the wife of a well-to-do tailor based near Pownall Square, found herself locked up behind the bars of the Borough Gaol. Hers...
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    Lol, how apt! :unibrow:

    Lol, how apt! :unibrow:
  9. Thread: Death of a Drawf

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    Taxi!

    Taxi!
  10. Thread: Death of a Drawf

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    Death of a Dwarf

    Death of a Dwarf

    Staff at the Liverpool Mercury reported a rather unusual case in an article back in 1827. Printed was a small snippet remarking upon the death of a local ‘dwarf man’ who in...
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    The Future of Birkenhead Town

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    The opening of Birkenhead’s new Asda supermarket appears to have divided local opinion. Some are upset that this giant structure built slap-bang in the middle of Grange Road has taken away...
  12. Thread: St Luke's Bells

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    Little update: I got in touch with Jonathon...

    Little update:

    I got in touch with Jonathon Wild who runs www.stlukeliverpool.co.uk

    In reply to the question of the bells he states:

    “The bells were installed in to the first ever metal bell...
  13. Thread: St Luke's Bells

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    Hey Chris, Email has been sent to Cadfael's...

    Hey Chris,

    Email has been sent to Cadfael's site this morning but I thought I'd throw it out here as well, just in case :)

    Thanks though!
  14. Thread: St Luke's Bells

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    St Luke's Bells

    Today the shell of St Luke’s stands at the junction of Liverpool’s Renshaw Street and Berry Street and is a poignant reminder to the horrors that Merseyside faced in the dark days of World War Two....
  15. Thread: Mythical Mangles

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    Mythical Mangles

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    In 1843 households in the area were issued with a warning to be on the look out for a pack of cunning criminals quick to target the gullible. Locals were warned against a gang of women...
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    Thanks a lot!. Just added a few more local bits...

    Thanks a lot!. Just added a few more local bits and bobs on to the tumblr.
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    A few up on http://danielklongman.tumblr.com/. ...

    A few up on http://danielklongman.tumblr.com/.

    Not sure I have too many for Oxton atm but it's such a nice place I'll have to keep it in mind for future projects.
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    Thanks! A few more to be seen on the facebook...

    Thanks! A few more to be seen on the facebook page. Only just set it up so early days :)

    http://www.facebook.com/DanielKLongman
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    Cheers! Just a student with too much time on his...

    Cheers! Just a student with too much time on his hands. Could be up to worse things than reading the columns of the Mercury and that :noid:
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    A few Merseyside Then and Now style shots

    http://i717.photobucket.com/albums/ww179/DKL88/Birkenhead_Park_Entrance.jpg

    This old twentieth century view depicts one blustery day beneath the outstandingly grand entrance to Birkenhead Park....
  21. Thread: Scouse Humour

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    It's great to hear how people back then could be...

    It's great to hear how people back then could be as sarky and as critical of our neighbourhoods as we are today :D
  22. Thread: Scouse Humour

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    Scouse Humour

    It's existed for years! Found this during recent research:

    Friday, August 30, 1811

    "Gentlemen,
    Knowing the great interest you take in all that concerns “the good old town of Liverpool”, I am...
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    Great snippet of history there. Brill find.

    Great snippet of history there. Brill find.
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    Cheers Chase. That would be in the right area.

    Cheers Chase. That would be in the right area.
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    Thanks! Might be able to lead up with that info.

    Thanks! Might be able to lead up with that info.
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