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  1. Hello John or anyone What is the latest...

    Hello John or anyone

    What is the latest situation in regard to the Calderstones?

    Thanks

    Chris
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    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3796/11469072873_ec8...

    http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3796/11469072873_ec8aea240f_o.jpg

    Great Crosby Mill in a postcard datemarked 1931
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    http://i1340.photobucket.com/albums/o740/johnnytombola/waterloohotelclaytonsq_zps6958c480.jpg

    Liverpool-born American comic actor John E. Owens appeared at the Prince of Wales Theatre, Clayton...
  4. News report found by Howard Brown of JtR Forums...

    News report found by Howard Brown of JtR Forums about the hanging of Deeming in Australia

    Kansas City Star
    May 23, 1892
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    ...
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    Family Portrait, 1928 (CTG)

    Family Portrait, 1928

    All the dear dead, assembled:
    my Grandad, benevolent,
    he's caressing his briar pipe,
    wears knickerbockers as if he's
    just returned from the links;
    my Nanna, the...
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    Toxteth Heritage Trail

    The recent Liverpool Echo article about the plan to develop the old Cain's brewery as a tourist attraction bodes well for this historic building.

    Cain's is a magnificent building and it would be...
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    The Lusitania and Liverpool

    Hi Jeff

    Here's a period postcard that I bought on ebay showing the Lusitania before her sinking. In many ways of course as major a disaster as the sinking of the Titanic, although the April 1912...
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    Prince Rupert

    Romance Novelist Melanie Clegg discusses Prince Rupert on her blog today --

    http://madameguillotine.org.uk/2013/04/11/his-royal-hotness-prince-rupert-of-the-rhine/
  9. "Champion of the World and the High Ripper !" ...

    "Champion of the World and the High Ripper !"

    Liverpool Mercury
    July 1, 1890
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    http://i908.photobucket.com/albums/ac287/HowieNina/October%202010/ch-1.jpg


    Liverpool Mercury...
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    Attacks on waxworks were by no means rare as...

    Attacks on waxworks were by no means rare as shown by the following article found by Howard Brown at JtR Forums --

    Illustrated Police News
    January 14,1899
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  11. Thanks, Steve, for posting those interesting...

    Thanks, Steve, for posting those interesting articles from the Liverpool Mercury. I'm going to post some articles from the same newspaper found by Howard Brown at JtR Forums.

    Liverpool Mercury...
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    Birkenhead Priory and the Mersey Ferries

    The following web page on "History of the Mersey Ferries" is new to me --

    http://www.wirralhistory.net/ferries.html

    I am also very curious about the claim made that Birkenhead Priory, which...
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    My review of Bob Dylan's recent CD "Tempest" can...

    My review of Bob Dylan's recent CD "Tempest" can be found at

    http://www.ablemuse.com/erato/blog.php?b=160

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8125/8625118643_845f97eb83_o.jpg
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    Chris George Music Blog Postings

    Hi all

    A blog posting over at the poetry site Eratosphere on former Animals lead singer Eric Burdon's latest solo CD --

    Eric Burdon's New CD, 'Til Your River Runs Dry

    Check it out.

    Cheers
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    Excellent! ...

    Excellent! http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3391/3480946546_76f0b0dc02_o.gif

    Cheers

    Chris http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3553/3480259031_abf7f5973d_o.gif
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    Nice work, Keith. Chris

    Nice work, Keith.

    Chris
  17. Aigburth Train Station Preservation Covered in Ripperologist Magazine

    In the latest, April 2013, issue of Ripperologist magazine, No. 131, we covered preservation efforts to save the canopy at Aigburth Station. Jack the Ripper suspect James Maybrick, a resident of...
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    Very nice, Smurf. :handclap:

    Very nice, Smurf. :handclap:
  19. Of course, these old drinking fountains for the...

    Of course, these old drinking fountains for the local population, or sometimes for the horses that used the streets, were landmarks. The Aldgate Pump is one example in the East End of London, and is...
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    Good post, Joe. In the Age of Sail, there were...

    Good post, Joe.

    In the Age of Sail, there were ropewalks in all seaports. In the following view of Baltimore in September 1814, at the time of the Battle of Baltimore that gave birth to the...
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    Thanks, Ged. I am assuming that we are looking...

    Thanks, Ged. I am assuming that we are looking at what was known as the "Monk's House" at the rear and the building to the left is what was termed the "Upper Barn" -- in other words the barn...
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    I had not forgotten that CCTV was pioneered in...

    I had not forgotten that CCTV was pioneered in Liverpool. I do recall at the time that there were some concerns about privacy and "Big Brother."
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    Great pics and memories, Ged! Many thanks. ...

    Great pics and memories, Ged! Many thanks. :handclap:

    When Donna and I were there in October, I walked her through Exchange Flags on our way back to the Crown Plaza Hotel after an evening meal. ...
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    More on these incidents from Ripper researcher...

    More on these incidents from Ripper researcher Rob Clack:

    From 'The Illustrated Police Budget' July 1909 (possibly the 10th)

    http://i787.photobucket.com/albums/yy154/RobClack1969/IPB01.jpg...
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    From Howard Brown at JtR Forums...

    From Howard Brown at JtR Forums. I wonder what there is the Liverpool papers about these incidents?

    Augusta, Georgia, Chronicle
    July 4, 1909
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