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    Default 1950s flats and maisonettes.

    Boundary Street, now new housing. Just the other side of the bridge is now the big tai pan chinese restaurant. This area was desolate for quite some time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Boundary Street, now new housing. Just the other side of the bridge is now the big tai pan chinese restaurant. This area was desolate for quite some time.
    Great place the Tai Pan, just £5.45 for a business lunch 12-2pm weekdays.

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    I lived in maisonettes, also the ground floor flat in the first photo on St Domingo Rd , they were demolished about 2 years ago
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    Great subject for a thread.
    It seems to be the policy now to get rid of them all, so snap away chaps, while you can.
    I've got some of the Dingle I'll post.

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    Russell Street. The continuation of Seymour Street going up past the Swan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo176 View Post
    I lived in maisonettes, also the ground floor flat in the first photo on St Domingo Rd , they were demolished about 2 years ago
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    I remember you saying your back wall was Everton library. You should have made the council pay your lecky bill.
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