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    regarding prevous threads, atlas cinema was opened in 1914 and closed in 1958, it remained closed and derelict until it was demolished in 1981, I llived in willowdale road and my mum was dinner lady at northcote road school. I remember throstles nest at side of atlas and the stanley pub, as i collected the old higsonian beer mats (ann field, rock ferry etc) . also beacnsfield road and the old lady who held out to stop her house being demolished, cavendish road/sandon road/northcote road which led to the tunnel entrance of walton hall park/the railway ran overhead, delco soap workks and iron foundry. now living in aintree. anyone remember warbreck station and walton vale cinema? cinema was demolished in 1960's to build block of shops but i remember the derelict warbreck station.


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    Quote Originally Posted by warbreck View Post
    regarding prevous threads, atlas cinema was opened in 1914 and closed in 1958, it remained closed and derelict until it was demolished in 1981, I llived in willowdale road and my mum was dinner lady at northcote road school. I remember throstles nest at side of atlas and the stanley pub, as i collected the old higsonian beer mats (ann field, rock ferry etc) . also beacnsfield road and the old lady who held out to stop her house being demolished, cavendish road/sandon road/northcote road which led to the tunnel entrance of walton hall park/the railway ran overhead, delco soap workks and iron foundry. now living in aintree. anyone remember warbreck station and walton vale cinema? cinema was demolished in 1960's to build block of shops but i remember the derelict warbreck station.
    I remember very well the places that you mentioned. Here is a pic of the Atlas
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    Great pic Sirob.

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    Here's another thread on the area.

    http://www.yoliverpool.com/forum/sho...throstles+nest



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    Hi Warbreck.

    Welcome.
    Do you know what the new building on the site of the Atlas is?
    Does anybody know? Because there are no clues at all.

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    I can't picture it. Only went that way yesterday too.
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