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    Old Georgian merchants house, 1 Trueman St built in 1790

    Old warehouse in North St built 1882

    Old Cheshire Line building now council buildings in Birkenhead

    Mckennas building on Dock Road, Birkenhead, built 1904,shared by various companies


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    Excellent pics, GD.

    I think the McKenna's building has been painted since I was last down there. I used to work in the big red building that's opposite the old east float mill.

    Are the big propellers still at the steel place further along ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouse smurf View Post
    Excellent pics, GD.

    I think the McKenna's building has been painted since I was last down there. I used to work in the big red building that's opposite the old east float mill.

    Are the big propellers still at the steel place further along ?
    Theres about 4 still there
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    Fine pics once again. Thanks, Joe!

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    I went into the Cheshire Line place when it was an open warehouse about 20 years or so ago; there was a car boot sale on in there and it looked very iffy. There was a couple of policemen outside but I went in anyway. Got myself a piece of therapy equipment that I was actually selling for a living at a cost of ?150.00p ,price at the car boot ? 50p. Result!!!!!!!!

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    Muskers Building in Stanley St

    Colonial Chambers in Temple St

    Temple court on Temple St
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