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    Exclamation Chisenhale Street Liverpool Built 1802

    Courtesy LRO

    1) A photograph of refuse being tipped on to barges on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Two S.D. bin freighter motor wagons are parked on the far side of the canal. The sides of the wagons are open and dustmen are transferring the refuse from the metal bins on to a barge on the canal.

    2) Chisenhale Street Bridge and Mill in 1802. The bridge shown was still standing in 1906.

    The Bridge Today [2009]


    You can view an image posted of the bridge area in 2009 here.


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    There was a refuse destructor in the next street, Charters Street. Many pics of it are in the LRO, the best one already having been published in Paul Bolgers edwardian A-Z book. It's hard to grasp that housing and industry of that type stood alongside each other so closely.
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    Charters Street 1906 courtesy LRO:
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    Hi Kev and Ged

    Fine photographs and information. Thank you, gentlemen!

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    Just beyond Chishenale St can be found the remnants of the old canal basin,heres one side with the slabs still in good condition

    A mooring ring on the other side of the basin with the old liverpool warehouse built on it

    And all thats left of the Liverpool and Wigan Canal Mission Hall on Pall Mall alongside the old Liverpool warehouse.many a boatman recieved an education in here of the perils of drink.
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    I agree Chris,and cracker pics too once again Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    Courtesy LRO

    1) A photograph of refuse being tipped on to barges on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Two S.D. bin freighter motor wagons are parked on the far side of the canal. The sides of the wagons are open and dustmen are transferring the refuse from the metal bins on to a barge on the canal.

    2) Chisenhale Street Bridge and Mill in 1802. The bridge shown was still standing in 1906.

    The Bridge Today [2009]


    You can view an image posted of the bridge area in 2009 here.
    That refuse and spoil ended up at Burscough, It was spread on The fields as a form of manure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samp View Post
    That refuse and spoil end[IMG][/IMG]ed up at Burscough, It was spread on The fields as a form of manure!
    The manure wharfs were according to the history books, were just by Sandhills bridge,but according to my elder brother they were at Lightbody St. the book states that the manure was collected by special carts ,loaded on to barges and spread over the farms at Haskayne,Lydiate,and Maghull. There is supposed to be remnants of the wharfs on the canal by Sandhills but I haven`t found them yet.

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    Just found this from 1900
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    Great pictures Joe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    Just found this from 1900
    Look at the Liver Bird badges on either side of the bridge. I wonder if there were other bridges or other structures that had the same style Liver Bird badge?

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    There are Liver bird emblems on the old gaslamps outside the library in William Brown Street but they are not that style and turned the other way i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    Just found this from 1900
    Does anyone know when the Chisenhale Street bridge was altered to look at it appears in this photo? The painting posted earlier in the thread shows it was originally a smaller stone bridge. An ancestor of mine was found drowned under the bridge in 1870. For an art project I would like to know how it would've appeared then.

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