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Spartan conditions, Kev!
The Door Bell
The voices in my head
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
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
i think they forgot to knock our house down when they where doin it
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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