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    This is between Tower Buildings and St Nicks

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    I have some photos of Liverpool back passages, i'll post them later.
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    I hope your not going to post a pic of my back pasage.you swore you'd never tell.

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    There seems to be hole lot of innuendo on here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
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    If they were too narrow...Birkenhead's got a good few that are of that width!
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    This is Tyrer Street,it is at the side of the Tesco Metro in the city
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    Maddox Street. Home to my great grandad according to the 1911 census. Maddox Street ran off Scotland Road alongside the original St. Martin's market. This alley belongs to No.3 court, he lived in No.7. The whitewashed walls added a bit of reflected light and the walls are braced with wood. A chap is seen standing at the far end, probably a council worker given his attire.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
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    There can't of been many fat people around in those days!!!

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    This is Tyrer Street,it is at the side of the Tesco Metro in the city
    Nice photo Joe. My lot had offices and warehouse in this street from about 1810 to 1840

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    Off Harrington St by the Crocidile Bar

    From the other side

    Princes St

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