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    Default The way Liverpool used to be thread

    Images of Liverpool from the past:

    Aigburth Vale 1924



    Fishermans cottage



    Dingle, Knot Hole



    Clubmoor Lark Lane



    Childwall Priory Farm



    Childwall Hall (1947)



    The Calderstones Oak - Liverpool's oldest tree



    Calderstones



    Wapping Tunnel



    Mounting Steps Wavertree



    Smallest House in England 1933



    The Monks Well, Wavertree 570 years old



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    Speke near clough rd (1958)



    Everton Village 1800



    Everton Beacon


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    Great pics, even I don't remember when Liverpool looked like that and I'm probably the oldest old fart here, even older than Bobbymac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    Images of Liverpool from the past:

    Aigburth Vale 1924

    Sefton Park gates in teh distance. Jerico Farm out of piucture to the left. I recall the cows there.

    Fishermans cottage

    At Otterspool and demolished in the 1930s. There was a dock at Otterspool.

    Dingle, Knot Hole



    Clubmoor Lark Lane

    I remember going into the shop at the end - pretty sure I'm right.

    Childwall Priory Farm



    Childwall Hall (1947)



    The Calderstones Oak - Liverpool's oldest tree



    Calderstones



    Wapping Tunnel

    Here is it too.
    http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/...hlight=Wapping

    Mounting Steps Wavertree



    Smallest House in England 1933

    Was this in Wavetree?

    The Monks Well, Wavertree 570 years old



    Speke near clough rd (1958)



    Everton Village 1800



    Everton Beacon


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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterways View Post
    Was this in Wavetree?
    Yes, its still there, the front of the house has been sympathetically spruced up. However, it is now part of a pub.

    I can't belive Max hasn't photographed it yet!
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    Think I've seen that, is it near the Coffee House Kev?

    At one time I photograped all of Wavertree, but some wern't so good so going to do some updates.

    Plus some building work is getting done around high street.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max View Post
    Think I've seen that, is it near the Coffee House Kev?

    At one time I photograped all of Wavertree, but some wern't so good so going to do some updates.

    Plus some building work is getting done around high street.
    Its on the same side as The Town Hall between two pubs.
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    Next to the Cock and Bottle?

    Found this in my collection of unuploaded photos.
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    It's just to the right of that last pic.
    The mounting steps are opposite the church next to the Bluecoat.

    I was confused by the Aigburth Vale pic. it is actually Aigburth Road, Aigburth Vale would be to the right of the pic. All is clear now Ta.
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    Great pics, have them copied, such memories, and yes Shy, you do have more memories than me, Lol.
    One thing tho. Lark Lane should read 'Larkhill Lane.
    There's always some a**hole picking holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post







    Six feet wide, 14 feet deep with 2 rooms now incorporated into the Cock and Bottle Pub, Wavertree.
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    Interesting photos. Sorry if this link has already been mentioned. It's the Council's online photo archive. Type "jpg" in the Any text search box and it will bring up all the photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scouserdave View Post
    Interesting photos. Sorry if this link has already been mentioned. It's the Council's online photo archive. Type "jpg" in the Any text search box and it will bring up all the photos.
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    Mounting Steps - Wavertree (1700s?)
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    That Liverpool site is fantastic, the only problem I found was that the link to enlarge them doesn't work.
    You can always count on Americans to do the right thing - after they've tried everything else.
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    Liverpool in the 1980s.
    I'm a fan of Nancy's photos. She studied for a year in Liverpool in the early 80s, before returning to the US. She certainly got around! In my opinion they are the best set of 1980s Liverpool photos to be found anywhere on the internet. They are THAT good!

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