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    I was reading in a Whittington Egan book about the old anatomy museum on 29 Paradise Street.

    Does anyone have any pics/ info?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissInformed View Post
    I was reading in a Whittington Egan book about the old anatomy museum on 29 Paradise Street.

    Does anyone have any pics/ info?
    You want pictures of our anatomy? That's going too far....

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    I heard it was in the heart of the city centre, near to where Liver street is now. I personally wouldn't be able to stomach exhibits like that but as you've probably guessed i'm only ribbing you

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    yawn yawn yawn! ged!

    It was in Paradise Street, and apparently Louis Tussuad bought some of exhibits for his waxworks in Blackpool

    I think this is one for PhilipG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissInformed View Post
    yawn yawn yawn! ged!

    apparently Louis Tussuad bought some

    What do you mean madam?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissInformed View Post
    yawn yawn yawn! ged!

    It was in Paradise Street, and apparently Louis Tussuad bought some of exhibits for his waxworks in Blackpool

    I think this is one for PhilipG!
    I hadn't heard of it, but I've checked and it was just past School Lane.
    It's shown as "Museum" on the 1906 OS map - a small building.
    It's still listed in the 1936 street directory.

    I'm guessing that it was for medical students - there was a Medical Museum in Dover Street, behind the University (opposite the back of the Infirmary).

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