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    Default Hood Street Gyratory, 1986

    Hood Street, 1986Swagmen, Church Street, 1986Liverpool’s changing face can be seen in the contrasting images of my last post of Queen Square and the top image of the appropriately ugly-named Hood Street Gyratory. The wasteland-cum-carpark which replaced the Stork Hotel and Queen Square is a bleak reminder of the folly of grandiose Council schemes that [...]


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    You can see the "Open Eye" gallery quite clearly there,before it became "Desperate Dan's" cafe!!

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    Just goes to show how long trainers have been in Fashion,judging fom the market trader wearing them.

    Thought fashion was supposed come and go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgePorgie View Post
    Just goes to show how long trainers have been in Fashion,judging fom the market trader wearing them.

    Thought fashion was supposed come and go?
    It's true, trainers have hung on haven'e they ! - no sign of them going out of fashion.

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