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    Boys and girls, can anyone supply any pictures or information for my dear mother and grandmother and grandfather (RIP)?????


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    Is it an existing street or one long gone? Is it older pics u are looking for?
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    The street is still there opposite the RC Cathedral.

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    Here's how it appears on the 1848 OS map.
    (Liverpool Sheet 30. Reprint by Alan Godfrey.)
    Note the spelling.
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    I think Walnut Street (shown on Philip's map above) still survives as a 'street' of sorts within the university of Liverpool campus. I'm less sure about Chestnut Street. I think it might have been built on in more recent times by the university?

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    Yeah it was, flattened in the mid sixties for the Uni
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