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    Very good pics Brian !

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    Sorry folks, got a bit carried away before I realised some of these are not 'Old Merseyside Buildings'.

    Cheers Marty1. For some reason there wasn't a 'thanks' option on your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-P View Post
    Sorry folks, got a bit carried away before I realised some of these are not 'Old Merseyside Buildings'.

    Cheers Marty1. For some reason there wasn't a 'thanks' option on your post.
    Most look old to me. Thanks for posting these nice pics. Even the new buildings get old.

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    old liverpool building by exacta2a, on Flickr

    The old Granada studios at the Albert dock, used by the museum staff now


    old liverpool street by exacta2a, on Flickr

    Buildings in Fenwick Street
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    Pier Head IN 1907



    Lord Street in 1947



    Coopers building in 1947
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    Hastie and Patterson old premises in Bradwell Street,notices look like it is being developed



    More shops and apartments being built on the corner of Seel St and Hanover St


    old liverpool street by exacta2a, on Flickr

    Colourful buildings on Wood Street
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    Great pic.

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    Excellent pics folks. Very good indeed.

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    Had a great afternoon at the cathedral today. Just some pics for anyone whose interested...


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    Joe we have been going along the same streets.




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    Spike you must have gone before me because the leaves are still on the trees

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    Have you tried the tower experience Brian,well worth the climb and the money.
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    Joe I took that on 11th Novermber after going to the cenotaph service.

    Ok a few more. Not sure if they have been posted as I have not looked through the whole thread. If they have....Sorry...But enjoy them again.

    The huge Metcalf's Warehouse on Bridgewater Street/Jamaica Street



    The date says 1874



    Not that safe inside. I believe it had a fire a few years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    Spike you must have gone before me because the leaves are still on the trees

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    Have you tried the tower experience Brian,well worth the climb and the money.
    Hello Joe, nice to 'talk' to you mate.

    I have tried the tower but it was many moons ago.

    The wife wasn't up to viewing from the tower on Saturday but we're going back when the weather improves a bit.

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    I know this is a long shot but has anyone on this forum have any old photos of Queensland Street near Chatsworth Street.

    I've traipsed through quite a few sites, all good photos mind, but cannot find one from this area.

    Many thanks in anticipation.

    Ged, I've gone through your site but failed to find one of this street. I dont know if I've missed one but would you know if you there was one there?

    By the way your site is absolutely magnificent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-P View Post
    I know this is a long shot but has anyone on this forum have any old photos of Queensland Street near Chatsworth Street.


    Ged, I've gone through your site but failed to find one of this street. I dont know if I've missed one but would you know if you there was one there?
    By the way your site is absolutely magnificent.
    OMG, Not on Ged'#s site. Well then Ged,what have you got to say for yourself.? Sort it lad.

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    Good pics lads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian-P View Post
    I know this is a long shot but has anyone on this forum have any old photos of Queensland Street near Chatsworth Street.

    I've traipsed through quite a few sites, all good photos mind, but cannot find one from this area.

    Many thanks in anticipation.


    Ged, I've gone through your site but failed to find one of this street. I dont know if I've missed one but would you know if you there was one there?

    By the way your site is absolutely magnificent.

    Thanks for the kind words Brian. I've still got hundreds to upload yet, not sure if I do have Queensland street but if I haven't I can put them on my list for my next visit to the LRO.

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    OMG, Not on Ged'#s site. Well then Ged,what have you got to say for yourself.? Sort it lad.

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    Thanks Ged it's very much appreciated. The wife was born in that street but we can't find any old pictures of it.

    Looking at some of those photos brought back some nice memories especially around Vauxhall Rd.

    Keep up the good work.

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    Thanks Brian, it's on the list.
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    This is on the corner of Norfolk Street/Simpson Street. We could not figure out the name? Anyone know anything about it? I was with Ged, Mart and Johnny when I took these, their as thick as me ha ha.





    WS?



    its Doorways







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    Looks like 61,63,65
    Hooper, to me Spike
    Saw Simon o`Brien on T V or a newspaper showing his conversion of an old property into a home.
    The front entrance was very similar with the stone over the front door.it`s what I remembered most about it.
    Possibie your building is an old flats conversion
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    Numbers are right Joe! and if I take me specs off and 'squint'! it looks like A.S Hooper. (Perhaps it was the premises of 'Mr Hooper' the 'Cooper'!!!

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    Guinness was based on Norfolk St. and the small building shown in the picture was used by them for some years as the a warehouse used bottle store.
    I've no idea what it was used for before Guinness used it.

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    old liverpool building by exacta2a, on Flickr

    St George`s Hall floor is uncovered this week for visitors,entrance fee 1.
    The balconies are closed though, so a chance is missed to show the floor from a different angle


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    Great photos. One of the best buildings in the world.

    The architect Harvey Lonsdale Elmes also designed Liverpool Collegiate as well as Thingwall Hall.

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    St. Georges hall is Majestic, when you go inside it takes your breath away, splendid.

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    Nice photos GD.

    as you say pity the balconies are closed.........

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    Cracker photo's GD.Nice one.

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    Great pics GD, I must visit when I there, thank you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Thanks for the kind words Brian. I've still got hundreds to upload yet, not sure if I do have Queensland street but if I haven't I can put them on my list for my next visit to the LRO.
    The good news is Brian, according to my copy of the LRO indexes, Queensland st is there both for City Engineers photos (old) and 70s/80 folder (possibly Ainscough pics)
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