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    Angry Everton Library

    I went past Everton Library today & noticed that large pieces of wood were on the pavement ,when I crossed over I found out they were from the tower
    I love that building as it was my next doorneighbour when I lived in Petton Street ..........even though I lived next door my books were always over due

    how long before the city firebug is called in


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    This makes me so very sad Mandy , having lived in Tommy Whites for 19 years , this was my haven , i feel to upset to comment further

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    It's depressing, isn't it?

    Everton Library.
    Lister Drive Library.
    The Florrie.
    And so on.

    They'll all probably go the same way as the Listed, then de-Listed Beaufort Street School.
    ie: Demolished.

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    Hi Mandy,is there no local organisation involved in saving this? I thought there was a community group based there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo176 View Post
    I went past Everton Library today & noticed that large pieces of wood were on the pavement ,when I crossed over I found out they were from the tower
    I love that building as it was my next doorneighbour when I lived in Petton Street ..........even though I lived next door my books were always over due

    how long before the city firebug is called in





    this one was taken a couple of years ago
    Hi Mandy,
    cracker pics. Am sure there's a local organization involved with saving this

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsteve55 View Post
    Hi Mandy,is there no local organisation involved in saving this? I thought there was a community group based there?
    not that I know of
    I think the community group that was there moved to the former Clock pub

    I have started a facebook group if anyone is interested in joining & I'll take more photos on Tuesday when Lauren is back at school

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