West Derby Village, c1880
The Barracks, 1934 (courtesy Liverpool Record Office). 1881 Map The history of West Derby is a bit outside of my comfort zone. The parish of West Derby was, I believe, once the largest in England, stretching almost as far as Preston. Its history goes back to Viking times (its name deriving from deor (deer) and by (village) [...]
Thats a goodun,Colin.
Hasn't changed much except for road and pavement added,all buildings in that photie still standing.
Tell a lie the lamp has been bricked up,tsk! typical council.
you never cease to amaze us Colin with these unseen pics, brilliant.
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The sencond one is already on yo! Somewhere......
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Yes, that's an LRO one but Colin does mention that.
It dawned on me just after posting the West Derby Village photograph that the man with the three horses was the omnibus driver taking them back to the stables by the Courthouse, presumably to change them for the return journey to Liverpool.
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