Does anyone know what the 'H' is for?
haven't seen an H on a wall for long time. seen a couple of EWS.
and where I spent first 21 years of my life
Re: Jamaica Street Leading to Grafton Street sign: The building this is on currently has a For Sale sign on it. It's one of the better warehouses around. There was another sign which went missing a couple of months ago. I thought these were two of the largest signs left.
There's a nice one in Bootle at the junction of the Dock Road and one of the streets leading off it which proclaims "County Borough of Bootle" thereon,somewhere by the L20 boundary. I forget exactly where,but I liked it and it must be several decades old.
I posted this one in another thread in March 2007. It went missing a few months later. I've noticed lots of signs have vanished in the last couple of years.
That's the one!
Now-who nicked it?
a few from my wanderings today. all city centre
best I could do with limited zoom
Great pics all
I noticed last week just how many street signs Sefton Street has! I think we counted 5. But I am sure there are more.
love the look of this one
I believe some of my photos were magically disappearing and then appearing again the other day.
Don't know what it was all about, but hope you can see them now.
I noticed that this sign has the 21 as part of the original design, as also do some of the Bootle ones in this thread.
All the Liverpool central and south signs had the postal district number painted on in red, on plates that obviously weren't designed for the addition.
Last edited by PhilipG; 03-14-2008 at 10:31 PM.
Old Post Office Place.
This old sign looks like it was put up not by the Liverpool City Council but by the Garston Council prior to its 1902 incorporation into Liverpool. Doesn't look as if the sign's been painted since either !!
Another Exchange Flags:
Last edited by Mark R; 12-27-2008 at 11:28 AM.
It is Accomplished
Hanover Street sign, made up of tiles? There is also another on this building for Paradise Street.
That Caryl Grove is the first I've seen where the Postal Number is part of the original design (apart from L20 & L21).
I like the background colour on this one.
found some interesting ones today
especially this with having the word late in between the 2 signs
I know this one is modern, but it's one of the largest I've seen
in the 80's when we used to take my grandparents home to Runcorn I remember a St Mary's Rd sign half sunk into the pavement near a church. Does anyone else remember it, or was I dreaming it?
Nice to see you've been aroud Garston Quincy
How on earth do u spot these gems?