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    Does anybody remember what was on Everton Valley in between the Valley Pub and the Bank at the bottom of the Valley were the flats are now. I have seen old pictures and they look like builders yards but not to sure can anybody help cheers Ged


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    I was born in Everton Valley , as i remember it the was big houses on the same side as the pub , we lived in rooms , the house was owned by Johnny Morrisey who played for Everton , the there was the bank , and over the road was Pobjoy's jewellers and Harry Quuins bike shop .. Opposite the house i remember the bus stop and Barn's sweet shop , i cant remember what else was there though .. I'll ask my Dad , he'll know .

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    Don't recall any flats being at the bottom of everton valley? there where hi-rise flats at the junction of scotland Road and Boundry Road,behind those flats where Hi-rise flats on Great Homer Street.

    What type of flats?

    Here's a pic below of Everton Valley which Ged F posted elsewhere,the bank you can see opposite the pub and on the pub side further up(Blue Gates) I'm sure that was either a builders yard or council depot? opposite the pub is the Barcleys Bank,its closed down now and in recent times was a Upholstrey funiture business.
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    Not sure where u mean. Notre Dame convent school was on the left as you drop down from St Domingo Road towards Netherfield Road (do you mean those flats) . Me ma went there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by underworld View Post
    Not sure where u mean. Notre Dame convent school was on the left as you drop down from St Domingo Road towards Netherfield Road (do you mean those flats) . Me ma went there.
    Hah,those ones,they were maisonettes not flats.

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    Ha? Okay then the flats off Great Homer Street then!

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