This is between Tower Buildings and St Nicks
I have some photos of Liverpool back passages, i'll post them later.
I hope your not going to post a pic of my back pasage.you swore you'd never tell.
DO you have to be a member?
Do you have a point to make?
There seems to be hole lot of innuendo on here!
UPDATED 14JUN09 20 images added to Dovecot
Last updated 26ARP09 (Aigburth)
Apologies for the durge in updates!
Maddox Street. Home to my great grandad according to the 1911 census. Maddox Street ran off Scotland Road alongside the original St. Martin's market. This alley belongs to No.3 court, he lived in No.7. The whitewashed walls added a bit of reflected light and the walls are braced with wood. A chap is seen standing at the far end, probably a council worker given his attire.
The Bears Paw/Swiss Chalet was the pub on the riater the Harrington Bar.
What's all those criss cross lines overhead. Has La Princess been weaving a web or is a tramcar due?
Believe it or not this is Everton View off Derby Road. It leads to a footbridge over the canal onto Canal St. The old Bootle Borough hospital can just be seen at the end.
Only just noticed these recent pics....Cracker pics once again all.
Keeping it real!
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wondered if you,(or Ged) knew anything of the history of a "gentlemans" club,that apparently existed,at the far,right, end of this alley,in the19th century? There were tales of various strange goings-on,by the members,but I can't remember where,or what I read it in,or even if it's the same building,which was recently a cafe!
The above "club" had some sort of name like "Rotters"club,where members had to perform initiation challenges,and the like!I'm sure there were several well known local businessmen,and politicians,involved!
P.S. I've just thought on,that it's name might have been the original "Bears Paw"?
It was the bears paw.
This posting somehow repeated twice more.
once again great pics Joe
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Love 'em cheers, the buildings on the first pic on the left are fab
A small alley leading to the walkway West Drive, on the old colliery branch line of the railroad and then the Old Quay Lane. A small alley with Manor Road Manor Road South with the North, and the small alley leading south end of the Parade.