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    Park Lane/Jamaica Street c1930The same area 1995Another dramatic comparison between the Liverpool of the 1930s and today (or, more accurately, the 1990s). Annoyingly, the plane’s wing is obscuring Brick Street where Pat O’Mara (author of The Autobiography of a Liverpool Slummy) lived and where I have my offices but, directly below the wing tip you [...]

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    I spent a while looking for that plane wing Colin, cheers for the post

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    Park Lane (W.side Nos. 128 to 148 between Tabley Street and Beckworth Street) Excellent view of two shops with goos (clothes) displayed outside. 1861.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    Park Lane (W.side Nos. 128 to 148 between Tabley Street and Beckworth Street) Excellent view of two shops with goos (clothes) displayed outside. 1861.

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    I love these.

    Two pawnbrokers, and Cross Keys (the name of a pub?).

    This is the site of the Swedish Church.

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    The Park Lane Good depot, the first rail goods terminal in the world, is there. Just in front of the tall stack left of centre.
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