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    Default Dock-Side Photographs

    Some excellent images here courtesy of Liverpool City Library and the Records Office.

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    Great photos, Kev.
    The sepia one of St Nicholas is very old, as Mersey Chambers was built either 1870 or 1878 (depends which source you prefer) and it's yet to be built.

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    Some excellent images Kev, love the one of the Lusitania.
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    Next time I drive down Sefton Street I'll look across and imagine all those dockers waiting "for selecting, at 7am on that wet morning"

    Great photos.

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    Great pic's especially Georges dock, and those poor dockers!

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    Cracker photos of the docks and dockers, many thanks

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    Came across this photo in the Liverpool Record office,this shows my older
    brother John Neary mending his fishing nets on the "Cockle Hole"
    slipway opposite Cammel Lairds. It was taken by E. Chambre hardman in 1958.He was supposed to be liverpool`s last fulltime fisherman.

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    Well,s that,s a bit of luck greg,s dad, isn,t it. Good for you mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    Came across this photo in the Liverpool Record office,this shows my older
    brother John Neary mending his fishing nets on the "Cockle Hole"
    slipway opposite Cammel Lairds. It was taken by E. Chambre hardman in 1958.He was supposed to be liverpool`s last fulltime fisherman.

    photo courtesy The National Trust
    great picture.
    Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregs dad View Post
    Came across this photo in the Liverpool Record office,this shows my older
    brother John Neary mending his fishing nets on the "Cockle Hole"
    slipway opposite Cammel Lairds. It was taken by E. Chambre hardman in 1958.He was supposed to be liverpool`s last fulltime fisherman.
    He wasn't, Mr Oxton, a neighbour was. He operated from the Cockle Hole until the 1970s. He would sail to Angelsey as the river was too polluted to sustain edible fish. We would buy flukes from him. He kept them in an old washing machine filled with water. Superb!!!

    The Echo had a piece on him once.
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