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    Blessed Sacrament , Park Vale rd, Walton Vale, L9
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    Nice Picture Lindy.

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    I think the St Peter and St Paul church started out as a Welsh Chapel in 1904. It was taked over by the Society of St Vincent de Paul in the 1980s (might have been a bit earlier) and as you say, it maintained the Latin mass, which was a feature of that Society.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo42 View Post
    Nice Picture Lindy.
    What's this? Lindy saying thank you? I thought you never done that...

    The worm turns...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    St Cyprians corner of Edge Lane and Durning Rd soon to be demolished

    SS Peter and Pauls on Edge Lane,unique in that Latin masses were said here, another one for demolition

    Shree Radha Krishna Mandir on Edge Lane

    Bethel House,church and community building

    St Paul`s parish church,Seacombe
    Great that the memorial plaques,etc,from St.Cyprian's will be saved,at least!

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    Church of St Teresa of the Child Jesus - Utting Avenue East, NORRIS GREEN - DEC 09:


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    One of my favourite churches around, 1930s Art Deco and all brick. I must also take a photo of St Monica's in Bootle soon.
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    Nice photos Ross.

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    Nice photos Steve. I put into the collection for the steeple of St Pauls Church in Seacombe, looks like I never put in enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo42 View Post
    What's this? Lindy saying thank you? I thought you never done that...

    The worm turns...
    I always thank people Pabs ! I just said I wasn't gonna' keep using the 'Thanks button' ..but I have now !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross08 View Post
    Church of St Teresa of the Child Jesus - Utting Avenue East, NORRIS GREEN - DEC 09:




    One of my favourite churches around, 1930s Art Deco and all brick. I must also take a photo of St Monica's in Bootle soon.
    Went to school round the back of St. Teresa's! Always liked that style of architecture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross08 View Post
    Church of St Teresa of the Child Jesus - Utting Avenue East, NORRIS GREEN - DEC 09:




    One of my favourite churches around, 1930s Art Deco and all brick. I must also take a photo of St Monica's in Bootle soon.
    The missus school was round the back and mine was over the road. I spent many hours on the steps as a teen snogging the face of a cute girl. Happy days.
    Good pic Ross

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    St Silvesters Church in Vauxhall, founded 1875
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    Our Lady of Reconciliation,Vauxhall,side altar
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    Our Lady of Reconciliation,Vauxhall,main altar,notice the carved beams on the ceiling,opened in 1860
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    Our Lady of Reconciliation,Vauxhall,side altar
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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo176 View Post
    St Georges Church Everton

    I recently wrote a short piece for a newsletter at work about the views from St. George's Hill. From this I learnt that the church was one of three known as the "Iron Churches" due to the large amount of cast iron used in their construction. It was the earliest of the three churches built by John Cragg the owner of the Mersy Iron Foundry.

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    IN MEMORY OF KAY KELLY WHO DIED ON MONDAY


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    See messages 154 and 155 on page 16 of this thread for photographs and information on the church.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gynsman View Post
    I recently wrote a short piece for a newsletter at work about the views from St. George's Hill. From this I learnt that the church was one of three known as the "Iron Churches" due to the large amount of cast iron used in their construction. It was the earliest of the three churches built by John Cragg the owner of the Mersy Iron Foundry.

    There were stalls at the Merseyside History Festival at the St. Georges Hall over last weekend dedicated to St. Georges and SFX. I had a good chat at both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    There were stalls at the Merseyside History Festival at the St. Georges Hall over last weekend dedicated to St. Georges and SFX. I had a good chat at both.
    Disappointingly unable to make the Festival at the weekend. Particulalrly wanted to catch up with my Aunt at her stall where she had a lot of information on the old ice rink. Plus I wanted to pick her brains about other hidden gems such as St. Georges Hill, places that have been right in front of me for years but I've not seen them. Aunt Sis being a Blue Badge guide should help!!

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    During the 1970's I was at hugh Baird College doing my A Levels and photography was one of them, I took many photo's around the Docklands and this looks very Church like, but I don't know if it really was?

    Anyone know?







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    It looks a little "Hall Like".
    Could it be a Hiring hall or equivalent for dock workers or ships crew?

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    I don't know

    Unfortunately i don't have anymore of it showing if the roof had a cross or not.

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    Wirral Christian Centre, on Balls Road,Birkenhead, formerly Oxton Congregational Church, grade 2 listed
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    Nothing to do with churches I know but Balls Road is also home to the vasectomy clinic. Strange but true.

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    Why are they moving St Lukes ?
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    good picture GD.

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    St Benedicts Church of England, Heyworth Street stood on its West Side between Rupert Lane and Kepler Street, captured here on 3rd July 1967.

    Paul McCartney's dad, Jim was born on 7th July (same as Ringo) but in 1902. He was baptised here 2 months later.
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    Third Christ Science Church on Upper Parliament Street,up for sale

    Cathedral from St James Mount
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    St Benedicts Church of England, Heyworth Street stood on its West Side between Rupert Lane and Kepler Street, captured here on 3rd July 1967.

    Paul McCartney's dad, Jim was born on 7th July (same as Ringo) but in 1902. He was baptised here 2 months later.
    the part of the church just behing the phone box is still standing ...now its an electricity sub-station
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    Ahh,now I can place it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post

    Third Christ Science Church on Upper Parliament Street,up for sale

    Cathedral from St James Mount
    Fine pics again GD. Nice one fella.

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