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    Default Aerial shots of Liverpool

    The Customs House and surrounding area - 1921



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    Gerard Gardens. I wouldn't have got into all this if not for having lived here and gone searching for these pics. What do you mean, boo, hiss.



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    Another cracking view across L3 to the River.



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    Knotty Ash in 1972



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    The 3 graces in 1920. The large chimney is the corpy destructor canalside on Charter st off Vauxhall Road.



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    London Road 1922 and the unmistakable T.J. Hughes.




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    The Splendour of William Brown st in 1922 with the dilapidated warehouses and slum courts of Hunter street just behind.



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    Dunlops factory fronting onto Rice Lane in 1963.




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    St Georges Hall and Lime street.



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    The south docks from Albert.



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    St Johns Gardens in 1960 looking towards St Georges Place before demolition for the precinct.



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    The original Cotton Exchange with Exchange station and St. Pauls church where later would stand the Stadium. Pic from 1923



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    Storrington Avenue and Stonebridge Lane in 1973



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    Looking across the city north easterly towards the heights on Netherfield Road.



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    Liverpool University in 1921.



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    Alfred Waterhouses's Royal Infirmary development.



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    William Brown street towards the Steble fountain and Wellington monument in 1920.



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    The Albert Dock, complete with its Philip Hardwick clock tower.



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    Langsdale st and Islington cut a furrow from bottom to top on the left and right respectively. The photo is dominated by the Collegiate School on Shaw st, SFX church and St Augustines.



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    St Anne street runs left to right across the bottom while Everton Brow which becomes Richmond Row runs top to bottom.



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    Excellent selection of Arial photo shots . Enough to keep anyone busy in ,Magnification Mode, for a very long time.

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    Cheers CP.
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    Excellent pic's Ged! Any of St. Paul's church,shown in the cotton exchange photo? I didn't know there was one there,before the stadium was built!

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    Steve. St Paul's Square was a Welsh stronghold in Liverpool back when the Welsh were building houses along the length of County Road and in Dingle.

    Never one to churn out the same old, same old scene, if you know what I mean

    Here's St Paul's 1769-1931

    I've been glad to bring this to someone's attention whose mother played as a child around those very same railings.



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