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    Thanks, greg's dad. A wonderful view of a scene long gone! This photograph, I believe, has been posted at Yo Liverpool before. Is it your photograph?

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    Thanks Chris, yes it is mine. It is scanned from a colour slide I took in 1961.
    I still have the original slide.It was mentioned by PhilipG on this forum
    where he gave out the details where it could be found on the Old Liverpool
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    There is a very similar photo on the Liverpool Pictorial site by the late
    Brian Granville.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    Thanks Chris, yes it is mine. It is scanned from a colour slide I took in 1961.
    I still have the original slide.It was mentioned by PhilipG on this forum
    where he gave out the details where it could be found on the Old Liverpool
    site.
    There is a very similar photo on the Liverpool Pictorial site by the late
    Brian Granville.

    gregs dad

    That's right, I do recall PhilipG posted the colour photograph and that the similar view by Mr Granville was posted. Excellent work, gregs dad.

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    It's one of my favourite Liverpool photos of all time, and I include all the famous photographers.

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