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    Tuebrook Uncovered
    Is a site on the Facebook Social Network with almost 1000 vintage images of the area.
    And also the facility for overseas residents to make contact with there former friends and neighbours.
    Link here:
    http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/g...03467073025491

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    Already joined,

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    Started the Old Swan Website:

    http://oldswan.piczo.com/?cr=5

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    I got to bed far too late last night having got lost in the 850 photos !

    Some great pics in there

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    Really enjoyed looking at Tuebrook Uncovered, brought back loads of memories. Didn't know about the 1st roundabout.

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    A cracking site. I noticed MarkR and Mart on there.
    www.inacityliving.piczo.com/

    Updated weekly with old and new pics.

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    Thanks for all your comments regarding TUEBROOK UNCOVERED.
    Still plenty more stuff to come in the new year.
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    Stephen Poulson

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    Well I've just spent ages going through the pictures - excellent site Stephen.

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    Fantastic pic's Ste',especially the roads that have since been widened,like Rocky lane/West Derby rd.

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    Does anyone recall a snack/milk bar called ` 5 Jolly Gremlins`, on the corner of West Derby Road/Belmont Road? I think it was `5`,could have been 3 or 4 perhaps. Going back to the 1950s now.

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    on the corner of West Derby Road/Belmont Road?
    The only two buildings I know of for this exact location has been the Belmont Pub and the Church opposite side of the road,across the lights I don't think there has ever been any buidings?

    The only milkbar I know of at the specific years was this one.?

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    That of course was'Sherry's' Milk Bar , on the cnr of Dorset Rd (with a dance acadamy above it ) , they never succeeded in teaching me to dance ,sadly . Ron

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    I don't think there has been a milk bar on the corner on Belmont/West derby rd - - as George says, there was only ever the church and the pub.

    There was the Diamond cafe which was a milk bar on the block near to the corner of Townsend lane/Lowerbreck rd. That's the only one I can think of in Anfield/Tuebrook.

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    Great pics- thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgePorgie View Post
    The only two buildings I know of for this exact location has been the Belmont Pub and the Church opposite side of the road,across the lights I don't think there has ever been any buidings?

    The only milkbar I know of at the specific years was this one.?
    I think that's right George...the "Belmont" pub,St ??? church,the gateway to Newsham park estate,and the Sheil rd corner!

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