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    Default Dickson Terrace, off Dickson Street, 1930s

    Detail of photographThis is another press photograph illustrating slum housing in Liverpool. The tenement on Dickson Street is in the heart of the dockland community – at the time a tightly network of streets packed between Great Howard Street and Waterloo Road. I don’t have the figures for how many families lived in the terrace [...]


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    And the only coloured kid out of allthe photographsyou have shown with people in them,are you sure its 1930 and not late 40's?

    That girl is doing well with standing on one leg.

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    Another cracker. It was indeed a very populated area with as ever in those times, lots of pubs. Lots of industry too back then, now sadly very quiet.
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