The Grand,Smithdown Road....
some more...thats ye lot...cheeky blighters....
Dunno about the last one?
Thanks George, Funny to see Church st with traffic
George, as cool as those photos are. Just gotta ask where the cinemas are on them ?
Er....it say Cinema ie as in 1 Cinema...anyway I've given you two for the price of one,so eat cake.George, as cool as those photos are. Just gotta ask where the cinemas are on them ?
Church Street again,more oless the same years ie 1960's
The second pic is unmistakable.
Excellent pic's George,me ma,used to live in Heyworth st!
Earth is the insane asylum for the universe.
Yes, they were on MyL a while back thanks.
This is around the falkner street area,but what was the name of those tennies in the background? I'm thinking Myrtel Gardens?
Yes. I think i've seen that pic on the Pearsons site or book or somewhere. Tis a good un'.
more....there is one pic I have yet to come across and thats a pic of the flower bed clock in Stanley Park...remember it was a working clock as well.
Clayton Square,County Road,BandStand Stanley Park,Robson Street,St Domingo Road,Scotland Road,Breck Road,PierHead,London Road and LimeStreetWest Derby road by Brouham Terrace.
Great pic's George,but I can't get my bearings on the Lime st. one! Any clues?
The pub on the corner was the "Legs of man" pub,to the left of the pic is Commutation Row.
What's the stadium at the back of the lime st photo ?
Ain't got a clue? I'm sure Lime Street train stations Paraphet extended to where that sloping roof was? this was about 1910/1920? as the corner of commutation row lost two buildings there during the war years.What's the stadium at the back of the lime st photo ?
Just took a nosey on Geds site and he has this pic but smaller than I've posted it and it musta been taken on the st georges column that has now gone and replaced with the water fountain.
Great photos, George.
The Lime Street one (showing London Road) must have been taken from the Wellington Column.
The Stadium was called just that.
Built about 1911 as a skating rink, it became a boxing stadium a few years later.
It was replaced by the Paramount/Odeon cinema on that site (1934) and by Britain's only purpose-built boxing stadium in St Paul's Square (1932).