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    Thumbs up Frederick Street Old Liverpool Named after Frederick Louis Duke of Edinburgh

    Images from Frederick Street - Named after Frederick Louis, Duke of Edinburgh, the father of George III.

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    1. Frederick Street E side near corner of Seddon St.jpg Interesting terrace of old houses includinig one flying the French Tricolour. 1859.
    2. Frederick Street Bath House.jpg The first public bathhouse in the country. 1842.
    3. Victoria Terrace Upper Frederick Street.jpg A photograph of Victoria Terrace. The houses face each other and the yard between them is quite narrow. Women and children are standing by the houses. 1934.
    4. Jewish synagogue and Burial Ground.jpg Shows former Jewish synagogue and burial ground based at 133 Upper Frederick Street (NB Boarded up).
    5. Early synagogues in Liverpool.jpg Shows Frederick Street, Seel Street and Hope Place Synagogues in use from 1789.
    6. Interior Frederick Street Bath House.jpg


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    Nice one Kev.

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    Great archive Kev, thanks for posting.

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    Very interesting pictures.

    It was a Wash House in Upper Frederick Street (for laundry), not a Bath House.
    See Colin Wilkinson's recent piece.

    The photos of the synagogues don't include the building in Hardman Street/Pilgrim Street (later Chaucers/O'Connors pub) which was a synagogue before Hope Place Synagogue was built.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Sharples View Post
    Very interesting pictures.

    It was a Wash House in Upper Frederick Street (for laundry), not a Bath House.
    See Colin Wilkinson's recent piece.

    The photos of the synagogues don't include the building in Hardman Street/Pilgrim Street (later Chaucers/O'Connors pub) which was a synagogue before Hope Place Synagogue was built.
    Hi QS,

    The synagogue on Hardman Street/Pilgrim Street was also featured previously on Post#35 here.

    D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Sharples View Post
    Very interesting pictures.

    It was a Wash House in Upper Frederick Street (for laundry), not a Bath House.
    Cheers Quent, quite right. I thought I'd give the other description I'd come across in my collection.
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    Kev.

    I don't think the term "Bath House" is British.
    Is there something we need to know?

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    Dazza.
    Hardman Street/Pilgrim Street.
    It's had various uses.
    I'll try and put together a little piece about it.

    Very impressed with that thread, D.

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