Liverpool Memories 60's Style
That's a lovely photo gregsdad the water looks like mercury.
This is Liverpool legends team and friends playing in a match yesterday for the NSPCC White Ribbon Campaign. Alan Kennedy was lovely and I've identified Mike Marsh with help (thanks Ged)
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Pathway in St Johns Hamlet, the cross set in the wall looks like it would have stood alone a long time ago. Does anybody know it`s history?
I think with the rest of St. Michael's-in-the-Hamlet this is a bit of got-up early nineteenth century medievalism rather than being authentically from the Middle Ages. Just like the supposed castle that stood in "Cain's Fields" mentioned (and illustrated) in Robert Griffiths' 1907 History of the Royal and Ancient Park of Toxteth, which the author labels a landowner's folly and not the real deal. The cross is not mentioned by Griffiths and if it had been authentically centuries-old when he wrote his history, I would have expected him to mention it.
All the best
The Lord Mayor Steve Rotheram, Lady Mayoress Sandra Rotheram and NSPCC staff this morning wearing Women's high heel shoes, supporting the White Ribbon Campaign to stop violence against women.
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summat a little different...looking down Bankhall towards RFA Fort Victoria
That's a whopper quincy. Like your Lime st ones too, all capturing the moment these ones.
Good pics all. Well captured