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    The ruins of Everton Toffee Shop, on Everton Brow c.1884, originally est. by Molly Bushell in 1753
    Published in In Our Liverpool Home, by Brian Walker & Ann Hinchiffe, 1978 - unsourced photograph.


    The sign posted on the door reads:


    ADVERTISING




    ****illegible writing****
    The Everton Toffee Shop
    REMOVED
    ****illegible writing****

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    Amazing pic. Thanks for posting. When I think of it .. must have walked over the ground many times where that stood.

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    Fine photo. Thanks for posting it.

    Isn't the iron railing just visible on the right where the old lock-up is that is still in existence, and is on Everton's crest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Isn't the iron railing just visible on the right where the old lock-up is that is still in existence, and is on Everton's crest?
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    Hi Chris,

    Yep, I think you're right. Notice the sign above the door, in the illustration. The same space also appears in the photograph, although it looks like it had been removed as part of the demolition.


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