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    Default Rokeby Street, 1970

    At anyone time, there is a group of dedicated photographers documenting the changing face of Liverpool. I have published the work of a number, including Charles Inston, Bernard Fallon, Frank Lenhan and Harry Ainscough. Their collective body of work is a constant inspiration to me in developing my book range and, of course, this blog. [...]

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    Nice one Colin. Another great post.

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    A dangerous man, Colin. Just when I think I'll get some work done I get sucked in again. I wish I'd paid more attention to the history of my hometown when I was younger.

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    Yes, I have all your books mentioned there Colin - and more......

    I met Peter when my friend Paul and I were showing the film documentary Gardens of Stone in the Tate last year and Peter was showing his 'Us and them' doc from 1969. He since sent me some pics that didn't make it into his book, a very nice man.

    Harry Ainscough is a legend for capturing what he did from the 60s to the 80s. I know from the photos of his (now the LRO's) that i've forwarded onto ex pats of their old neighbourhoods that they've brought much joy.

    I look forward to seeing these gems of yours unearthed, these posts being what capturing and sharing Liverpool's history and this forum is all about.
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    Hi Ged - glad you are enjoying the posts. Many more previously unseen photos to come. One point about Harry Ainscough's photos. Although LRO purchased copies - the copyright as such is with his son David - who runs his own webside promoting his dad's work. Copyright is an absolute can of worms - but in this case David should be approached before Harry's work is posted.

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    I have spoken to David in the past congratulating him on his father's work, though i'm sure it wasn't work to him. His photography of Sheffield is also fantastic.
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