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    Default Liverpool Buildings by James Brierley Drawings 1800's

    I've posted some of these before in various places. Here they are under one roof.

    HPH104 - Old Houses, Dale Street. Between Princes Street and Temple Street.
    HPH105 - Old Houses. Vauxhall Road.
    HPH106 - Old Houses. Whitechapel opposite Dawson Street.
    HPH107 - Cottages. Low Hill, left side of Prescot Road.
    HPH108 - The Cottage. Fronting Pembroke Road.
    HPH109 - The House, fronting the West. On the right hand side of the road from Pembroke Road.
    HPH110 - The House, Duke Street. Former residence of Moses Benson.
    HPH111 - Old Houses. Hanover Street. Opposite Paradise Street.
    HPH112 - Buildings on King Street. Next to Pool Lane.
    HPH113 - Old Buildings. Coopers Row, fronting the Old Dock.
    HPH114 - Buildings fronting the Old Dock. From Pool Lane to Trafford Lane.
    HPH115 - Ranelagh Place.
    HPH116 - Old houses Beveinton Bush. View from opposite Lime Kiln Lane.

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