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    The history of hospitals in Liverpool is one of constant change and renewal. The building photographed here was the third Northern – the first opening in 1834 in Leeds Street. The influx of Irish immigrants into the area soon put it under pressure and the badly overcrowded hospital was replaced by a new hospital in [...]


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    Another great pic Colin.
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    Thanks Colin for another previously unseen "Gem", Mart
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Wilkinson View Post
    The history of hospitals in Liverpool is one of constant change and renewal. The building photographed here was the third Northern – the first opening in 1834 in Leeds Street. The influx of Irish immigrants into the area soon put it under pressure and the badly overcrowded hospital was replaced by a new hospital in [...]

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    Very fine, Colin. You might like to note that I have been monitoring your postings and alerting folk at JtR Forums about the good stuff on your site.

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    And don't forget Chris. Tom Slemen will have his JtR book out soon, published by Colin.
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    If that building was cleaned up it would have looked just brilliant. Also the building at the end of the street to the left of the picture.
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