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    Default LIVERPOOL & DISTRICT 1928 MAP

    As promised I've scanned the maps from the 1928 pocket guide Probably be around 5 posts


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    Quote Originally Posted by MerseysideTransportTrust View Post
    As promised I've scanned the maps from the 1928 pocket guide Probably be around 5 posts

    Enjoy

    Rob
    here's more

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerseysideTransportTrust View Post
    here's more

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    No probs Kev , such a wonderful site full of wonderful people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerseysideTransportTrust View Post
    and more
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    Great stuff Rob, well done and thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MerseysideTransportTrust View Post
    and more
    And theres more!
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    Great maps there! The Municiple wards is an interesting find and a great read. Never knew there was a "North Scotland" and "South Scotland" at one time!

    Many Thanks for sharing these!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MerseysideTransportTrust View Post
    And theres more!
    Final ones.

    For people interested in railways on the previous threads the maps show quite clearly the old stations in the area now closed

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallasey View Post
    Great maps there! The Municiple wards is an interesting find and a great read. Never knew there was a "North Scotland" and "South Scotland" at one time!

    Many Thanks for sharing these!

    thanks Wallasey and Ged , got loads of other interesting stuff to upload soon

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    Great maps MTT thanks for sharing them
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    Well I,m blowed, thank you so much for showing us these smashing maps. I,ve been looking at them for ages. And the promise of more goodies, great, bring it on, and thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chippie View Post
    Well I,m blowed, thank you so much for showing us these smashing maps. I,ve been looking at them for ages. And the promise of more goodies, great, bring it on, and thanks again.
    Its a pleasure Chippie !

    I've really enjoyed some of the posts on the forum and its nice to be able to post some back for others to enjoy.

    Its such a fab place , all credit to Kev too for bringing us together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallasey View Post
    Great maps there! The Municiple wards is an interesting find and a great read. Never knew there was a "North Scotland" and "South Scotland" at one time!

    Many Thanks for sharing these!
    It's going to confuse our discussions about boundaries even further!
    I don't know why Toxteth extends all the way to Garston.
    And where is Stanley!

    Thanks again for scanning and posting these.
    Certainly a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    It's going to confuse our discussions about boundaries even further!
    I don't know why Toxteth extends all the way to Garston.
    And where is Stanley!

    Thanks again for scanning and posting these.
    Certainly a keeper.
    I have given up on the idea that districts within Liverpool can be definitively pinned down once and for all! You pay your money and you take your choice from parliamenary, civic, parish and local sensibility. I was in a shop in Lark Lane the other day and someone had a bus timetable of buses between Aigburth and Bootle from the 40s. Aigburth had two starting points, one in Aigburth Vale and the other in Lark Lane (Livingstone Drive). I never even knew that buses ever terminated in Livingstone Drive.

    Great maps BTW - thanks for posting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    It's going to confuse our discussions about boundaries even further!
    I don't know why Toxteth extends all the way to Garston.


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    This is very interesting. It seems the East Toxteth Parliamentary boundaries extended to include Aigburth. Perhaps that's why the St Michael's area became to be known as "Aigburth " too

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    It's going to confuse our discussions about boundaries even further!
    I don't know why Toxteth extends all the way to Garston.
    And where is Stanley!

    Thanks again for scanning and posting these.
    Certainly a keeper.
    Im so pleased the maps have been of use.

    I've just got a late 30s bus map off Ebay so that will be going on soon!

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jericho View Post
    I was in a shop in Lark Lane the other day and someone had a bus timetable of buses between Aigburth and Bootle from the 40s. Aigburth had two starting points, one in Aigburth Vale and the other in Lark Lane (Livingstone Drive). I never even knew that buses ever terminated in Livingstone Drive.


    Great maps BTW - thanks for posting them.
    I think I've got a pic somewhere of a prewar bus on the 60 showing LARK LANE i'll try and dig it out. The 1958 timetable hows a few evening journeys to LARK LANE.

    The 60 used to start in DINGLE (Ullet Rd/Belvedere Rd) just by the DINGLE bus depot anyone any pics of the external of the depot?

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerseysideTransportTrust View Post
    I think I've got a pic somewhere of a prewar bus on the 60 showing LARK LANE i'll try and dig it out. The 1958 timetable hows a few evening journeys to LARK LANE.

    The 60 used to start in DINGLE (Ullet Rd/Belvedere Rd) just by the DINGLE bus depot anyone any pics of the external of the depot?
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    How's this to be going on with? (Taken in 1991)
    I've got one of the full exterior.
    Will post it after I've found & scanned it, and will put it in the '1980s / 1990s' thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilipG View Post
    How's this to be going on with? (Taken in 1991)
    I've got one of the full exterior.
    Will post it after I've found & scanned it, and will put it in the '1980s / 1990s' thread.

    Many thanks Philip

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