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    Default Pre-Slum Clearances Housing Images

    Please see attached images courtesy of Liverpool City Library and the Records Office:

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    A few more:
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    and a few more.....check out the medical officer taking measurements:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    and a few more.....check out the medical officer taking measurements:
    I am not sure if I could walk through that alleyway! Would be a tight fit, like.

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    These were before the 'clearances' that took place.
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    Hi
    I would really welcome any old photo's of st domingo road,wye street,sir thomas white gardens,our lady immaculate school as this is where i grew up late 50's till late 60's when everything was demolished.thanks Joe

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    Hi
    Does anyone have any old photo's of st domingo road,wye street,sir thomas white gardens,our lady immaculate school as this is where i grew up late 50's till late 60's when everything was demolished.The area is unrecognisable now,any help would be very welcome.many thanx - Joe

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    i think they forgot to knock our house down when they where doin it



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    Quote Originally Posted by wyestreet View Post
    Hi
    Does anyone have any old photo's of st domingo road,wye street,sir thomas white gardens,our lady immaculate school as this is where i grew up late 50's till late 60's when everything was demolished.The area is unrecognisable now,any help would be very welcome.many thanx - Joe
    Perhaps somebody does, but you're almost guaranteed to find some at the Record Office (4th floor, Central Library).
    Take some ID, even if you're a member of the Library, as you'll need a ticket for the Search Room.

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    Its a wonder half of those court houses didn't fall down before they were cleared.

    Different world that was. You had to have proper Scouse Nouse to get through those times eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wyestreet View Post
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    I would really welcome any old photo's of st domingo road,wye street,sir thomas white gardens,our lady immaculate school as this is where i grew up late 50's till late 60's when everything was demolished.thanks Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev View Post
    and a few more.....check out the medical officer taking measurements:
    and no litter or graffiti. Proud people. It leaves a lump in your throat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Clarkson View Post
    and no litter or graffiti. Proud people. It leaves a lump in your throat.
    I remember the tail end of them. They were not nice. They were supposed to be demolished in the early 1900s, however two world wars got in the way.
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    Dozens here including some uploaded today.

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