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    Default Scotland Road Shop

    A guy on Merseyside Genealogy Forum is looking for a shop on Scotland road

    This is the advert pic that he posted



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    " after help with trying to trace any pictures of this shop from around the 1930/40/50's.
    Has any one has any ideas where i might find such a picture. Also would any one know what was the nearest R.C. church and school to that address please? "

    anyone any ideas

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    http://genchatfriends.proboards39.co...9800478&page=1

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    Kev i am alright posting this from another forum is i not

    Tony

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    The uneven numbers are on the opposite side to St. Anthony's church (so the West side) and being numbered from the Town Hall onwards, i'm pretty sure that this would be the block before Blossoms florist which is 9 Stanley Road at the fork.I'll try and check it out when I get home.
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    On second thoughts the Parrot pub is 347 Scotland road so it'll be nearer the top of Wright Street.
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    Terry Cooke`s " The Pubs Of Scottie Road "

    has The Grapes 269 Scotland Road/Blenheim Street, (closed 1926)

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    263 Scotland Road
    (between St Martin St & Blenheim St, opposite the Derby cinema)
    Bellamarcina Nicle confectioner.
    St Anthonys would be the nearest RC church and school.
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    These 3 pics are of that general area of Scottie, ie - West side, facing/almost facing the Derby Cinema. Source: LRO.
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