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    Default Underneath Bold Street

    Bit of a weird one for you!

    Sometime last year, maybe the year before, I was out shopping with the Missus.

    We were on Bold Street, on the right as you look up to St Lukes. I'm guessing she was either in the Halifax, or a shop called 'The Works'.

    So, that probably places me outside one of those. On the pavement, there are a couple of rows of 'glass tiles???', don't know if thats the right word. Just look like opaque glass cobbles.

    Anyways, one of these cobbles is missing, and I looks down at it. Amazingly, you could see straight through to what I can only describe as another street. It was like the whole roadway of Bold St was suspended 20-25 foot in the air above his street. It had a proper tarmacced road, and it looked like empty cardboard boxes waiting for collections.

    It made it appear like the ground floors of buildings, were really the 2nd floors.

    I hadn't been drinking, and I haven't smoked the Waccy Baccy for a good few years now.

    I saw what I saw.

    Googling it throws up nothing, So.....

    Can anybody shed any light on this for me?

    Cheers, Mugsy.


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    That'll be the underground depositry for the bank.

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    Lots of amazing underground history in Liverpool inc the well in Jeffs, Bold Street.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/liverpool/local...covering.shtml

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    I remember when they were pulling down the local railway and rats were popping up on Bold Street. There was a vent in our stockroom which was below ground and a dead rat had fallen through and was lying on a table!! It was there for days and I had to go in that room ugh. I bet there are underground tunnel all over. Look at those amazing pics that came up on here. That amazing tunnel with old cars and all kinds of things.

    Everyone was saying then that the rats lived in all the underground tunnels. I guess from the train station.

    Pity you did not have a camera or phone camera handy. Very interesting
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    sounds very interesting cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgie t View Post
    sounds very interesting cheers
    Heading for Bold st. then,Georgie??

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