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    Looking towards Walton Hospital from flats, Breeze Hill.
    West Derby, from church tower.
    Towards Norris Green, from Cherry Ave. flats All August 1970
    Mather Ave. towards Garston. March 1973
    Liverpool Institute for Boys, Mount St. March 1973


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirob View Post
    In 1960, off City Road, Walton, a bonfire was being built. scattered around it were hundreds of glass lantern slides. even as a child of 9, I thought they should be saved and grabbed as many as I could. Until now they have gathered dust, but as they can now be scanned, have a look!
    The church decorated is Linacre Methodist on Stanley Road, Litherland.
    But where was Crosby Lighthouse??????
    well done you!

    here's a bit online about the lighthouse
    Proud Scouser, with a dabbling of Welsh and Irish.

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    In 1971, a small industrial steam locomotive was restored in Princes Dock loco shed(Mersey Docks & Harbour Board). It was test steamed and these rare pictures are included because I feel that they show how atmospheric, the area once was.
    The policeman in the last pic is saying " you can't park that thing here"
    All July 1971.
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    Thanks for posting all your smashing pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindylou View Post
    Thanks for posting all your smashing pics
    Brilliant.Any of Norris Green?

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    Good them.And I agree fantastic story.Lucky you had sense at that age eh

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    Got these yesterday.. the first is Litherland depot next is birkenhead north, with noddy the cat sitting on the platform. anyone got anymore station, or depot cats?. a scruffy ribble bus at mann island. and last a steamy Exchange sta
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    Crackin' pics, Merseywail, so there are more out there!
    Sorry, I never photographed Norris Green.
    Some rare shots, although outside Liverpool, may be of interest.
    When I had a push bike in the early 60's, I went all over south west Lancashire, looking at closed railway lines. The box brownie went too.

    Altcar and Hillhouse station, Liverpol platform, 20 th June 1964
    As above, Booking office entrance.
    Note; Because a railwayman lived there, it survived complete until the late 60's. I have a shot of the main buildings, but it is too dark to copy.
    Ainsdale Beach station remains, same date, now under the coast road!
    Sefton and Maghull station, boarded and de-leaded, same date.
    Churchtown station during demolition, (this was electrified as far as Crossens on the Southport - Preston line - which was demolished with indecent haste after closure in 1964.) 31 January, 1965.
    Skelmersdale station on 2nd March 1965. the track was being lifted between here and Rainford Junction, at this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirob View Post
    Crackin' pics, Merseywail, so there are more out there!
    Sorry, I never photographed Norris Green.
    Some rare shots, although outside Liverpool, may be of interest.
    When I had a push bike in the early 60's, I went all over south west Lancashire, looking at closed railway lines. The box brownie went too.

    Altcar and Hillhouse station, Liverpol platform, 20 th June 1964
    As above, Booking office entrance.
    Note; Because a railwayman lived there, it survived complete until the late 60's. I have a shot of the main buildings, but it is too dark to copy.
    Ainsdale Beach station remains, same date, now under the coast road!
    Sefton and Maghull station, boarded and de-leaded, same date.
    Churchtown station during demolition, (this was electrified as far as Crossens on the Southport - Preston line - which was demolished with indecent haste after closure in 1964.) 31 January, 1965.
    Skelmersdale station on 2nd March 1965. the track was being lifted between here and Rainford Junction, at this time.
    Sorry, the one of Sefton got attacked by gremlins! here it is.
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    Some good & rare shots there Sirob. A great shame about the loss of the west lancs line. Would have made a great preserved line, with steam from southport central to preston fishergate

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    Quote Originally Posted by merseywail View Post
    Some good & rare shots there Sirob. A great shame about the loss of the west lancs line. Would have made a great preserved line, with steam from southport central to preston fishergate
    I agree. The haste in which not only the track but the bridges were removed suggests that "they" were determined it would never be re-opened. Already electrified to Crossens as well. That would have kept a few cars off the road today!
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    To carry on the railway theme;

    Aintree Central under snow, 28 december 1964
    -And re-opened on Grand National Day, 1965
    Plus The Blue Pullman at Sefton Arms, next door.

    These have been restored from paper negs, cheap photography but could only be printed by the film maker!
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    Towards the cathederals, over Lime Street Station roof, August 1970
    Deserted playgrounds, Liverpool Institute, Mount Street, February 1991
    After the Toxteth Riots of 1982
    Top of West Derby Road(Hippodrome), August 1970
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    Absolutley superb Sirob - you do have some really great photos.
    I am also from Walton (top of Spellow Lane actually, next door to the old church at the top of the road on the RHS) & it's just how I remember the area. Although I was more of an 80's kid, but it hadn't seem to have changed that much in 10 years.
    The biggest difference in all of your photos is the total absence of road traffic.
    Being a rail enthusiast, I am of course totally biased toward rail. However, this still doesn't change the fact that we had a superb local rail network, which started to whither away during the 50's & then of course drastically reduced even further after Dr. Beeching wielded his 'axe' in the the 60's.
    I don't suppose you have any more of the old Central & Exchange stations do you?
    Loved the pics round the St Domingo Rd area. A complete travesty that so many lovely old houses have disappeared, all in the name of redevelopment. I was also overjoyed to see pics of my old school - Hillside High, Breeze Hill. You really have taken me back home!!
    Look forward to seeing more of the same - keep em coming!!
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    Fine photographs here, sirob and merseywail! Many thanks for sharing them with us!

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    Some shots of exchange sta. these any good scouseinmanc ?
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    Thanks, Scouseinmanc. I was brought up in Bedford Road, by the Stuart Hotel.
    Great pics, Merseywail, Exchange just as I remember it! Somehow, B&W does it justice.

    Fernhill Road/Derby Park, Bootle,
    Breeze Hill/Southport Road junction, Both August 1970
    Poplar Street(off Breck Road), March 1973. This was a typical scene; the pub has gone, houses boarded up, gap on RH side from the blitz and the bulldozers soon to do what Hitler forgot!!!!
    Truncated Landing Stage, Pier Head, March 1977
    Waterfront from a ferry, March 1977
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    Thanks for sharing these pics Sirob.
    That school at the end of Poplar st has now been demolished.

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    I used to play in Derby park years ago, to young to remember the lake though. I and a large number of people stood at the breeze hill / southport rd junc to watch st Johns house ,( the old tax office) being blown up. still think they should have got Ken Dodd to to press the button!!! Keep em coming sirob .

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    Thanks, lindylou. Only found out it was Poplar Street last night. Just had it down as "slums Everton" so had to get the old maps out!

    Snow scenes from 8 th February 1968;
    Liverpool Institute, Mount Street
    Lesters Tuck Shop, Pilgrim Street

    Edge Hill Loco May 1968, some of its last residents await their final journey.
    The David Lewis theatre, Gt. George Place, June 1977
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisGeorge View Post
    Fine photographs here, sirob and merseywail! Many thanks for sharing them with us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by merseywail View Post
    Some shots of exchange sta. these any good scouseinmanc ?
    Absolutley Sirob - thanks!
    You really should think about starting your own website you know.
    You have so many great pics & it's great that you've shared them with us all.
    Kind regards, SiM.

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    Just echoing everyone else's views that your pictures are great and a truly nostalgic journey for me, as it was this era that I grew up, and seeing these pics truly takes me back. Thanks for giving me your permission to share your fine pics on my site, I am sure they are going to evoke a lot of memories for lots of people.

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    A few more from me. the first two show trams passing under walton sta bridge in april 1955 . Next a ribble bus on a very quiet linacre rd, you can just see the corner of the richmond sausage factory, used to have a big sign with a pig holding a sausage on a fork. last a view looking to william brown st from the old tunnel . I will be walking this again 15 june.
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    Ribble had some ugly looking buses. They did north Liverpool and Crossville the south, while the Corpy did all of Liverpool and even into Prescot. Did the Corpy go into Crosby? I think Ribble did that.

    St Helens busses strangely has a bus that went from Speke, through Netherly, Huyton and St. Helens, and the odd route to Liverpool centre.
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    Thanks for all your kind comments, I'm just glad to share - they could so easily been binned and thus unseen forever!
    It was amazing what you could do pre HSE days, hence some unique situations - and sometimes I had a camera!

    On the Bidston to Wrexham line;
    Heswall Hills, Neston North and Hawarden Bridge stations, April 1970
    North Mersey yard, Loco water column, Februry 1971
    A fine pair of L&Y water columns, Wigan Wallgate, October 1970
    Who bothered to record mundane items like the above, when there were trains to "cop". But its all gone now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterways View Post
    Ribble had some ugly looking buses. They did north Liverpool and Crossville the south, while the Corpy did all of Liverpool and even into Prescot. Did the Corpy go into Crosby? I think Ribble did that.

    St Helens busses strangely has a bus that went from Speke, through Netherly, Huyton and St. Helens, and the odd route to Liverpool centre.
    Never mind ugly ,what about that vicious sliding door! used to close shut with an almighty thud. Dont think the corpy went to crosby. They did have service's to seaforth sands, & ran joint service's with ribble to netherton.

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    Some more of the last steam on the docks, the privately owned tank engine at Waterloo goods and crossing the Dock Road, July 1971
    There are some interesting backgrounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by merseywail View Post
    A few more from me. the first two show trams passing under walton sta bridge in april 1955 . Next a ribble bus on a very quiet linacre rd, you can just see the corner of the richmond sausage factory, used to have a big sign with a pig holding a sausage on a fork. last a view looking to william brown st from the old tunnel . I will be walking this again 15 june.
    I'm not far from the old saus works. will see if I can get a pic from roughly the same place to see how much it's changed

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    Some more of the last steam on the docks, the privately owned tank engine at Waterloo goods and crossing the Dock Road, July 1971
    There are some interesting backgrounds.
    thanks for those of Waterloo Goods. I'm still hopeful of seeing earlier pics of the place, but the ones you've put up have been great to see.
    Proud Scouser, with a dabbling of Welsh and Irish.

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    Sirob,Quincy,Knowhowe & Merseywail- You all should get together and put a few books together.
    Your pics are rare,unseen or just plain brilliant.
    And if ya do and make a few quid,don't forget me
    Thanx again for sharing them.

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