Well you will try links that was posted in 2008, tsk the link has changed to a flowershop.
Its the nearest you're gonna get to its heydays.Picture No.3 is definitely NOT from the Rialto's heyday
Apparently those two pics of its interio are fom 1930..which coincides with Art Deco lavishing its walls.
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I'm afraid Toxteth.net is no more.
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My wife & I were on holiday & while we were having a coffee we were talking to some other holiday makers, about eight in all.
We realised that we were all Liverpudlians & had all met our partners at the Rialto in the 60's.
It was a sad day for me when I saw the charred ruins of The Rialto.