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    anyone with words or pictures of this place , where im from would be amazing because we cant find anything on this location.


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    Via Google I did see a great deal about a school, Immaculate something or other, with pics.
    One Baz Grayson is puting lots of pics on 'Flickr' too that his grandfather took of Merseyside from the war to the 1970s.

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    Let's face it mate. You are spoiled for choice.

    http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?imgur...26tbs%3Disch:1

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    Northumberland Terrace was off St. Domingo Road and overlooked Netherfield Road North, running parallel between the two. There are pics of it on my site mentioned below. Check out the pre war and post war b&w pics pages especially.

    George from this forum is also from near there so check out the Everton thread using the search facility on this page (top right)
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    Great info lads .....thank you!!!! brilliant....Oudeis, you deffo rang a bell mentioning `immaculate`, thats surely our ladies....thats the school my mum went to....and ged them pics of everton on your site, brilliant,thanks chaps.

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    Thanks. Our lady immaculate was actually built as the first Catholic Cathedral.

    Check out this site on the area.

    http://www.emanuensis.btinternet.co.uk/domingo.htm


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