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    Colin I can't believe the standard you're managing to maintain with these photos of yours, really, many thanks.

    By the way the 'crockery sellers' one looks like it was set in Upper Dawson St. according to the W.G. Herdman water-colour that Kev posted on here a short while ago....http://www.yoliverpool.com/forum/sho...hlight=herdman..... see LAW066

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    Thanks for the kind comments, Davec - I should have captioned both streets. Inston took a photograph looking towards The Butter Place - with crates of live poultry on sale.

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    Dave. It is indeed Upper Dawson st.
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    The little boy. He would have been in his 50s during the WW2 bombings, with planes, not invented when this photo was taken, flying over.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Davec View Post
    Colin I can't believe the standard you're managing to maintain with these photos of yours, really, many thanks.

    By the way the 'crockery sellers' one looks like it was set in Upper Dawson St. according to the W.G. Herdman water-colour that Kev posted on here a short while ago....http://www.yoliverpool.com/forum/sho...hlight=herdman..... see LAW066
    May I second Dave`s comments, Colin. Thank you so much for more wonderful posts.

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