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    Default Liverpool’s Working Women

    Vernon’s Pool, 1936Central Cafe´, Central StationLooking through all my posts to date, I was somewhat surprised how little emphasis I had placed on the people of Liverpool. The great majority of my photographs were of street scenes and buildings rather than the people who lived in them – so I am making amends this week [...]

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    Was the pools biro only?

    I just had thought about the sprinkler system, how common were they at that time, I wondered?

    Good pics though, as people are the most transient objects through history.

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