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A view of Church Street Liverpool decked out for a Royal visit in 1913. Woolworths is slightly to the right of the centre of the picture with two flags above.

Blacklers famous Rocking Horse

An Exhibit in Coopers showing 'The Sassenchs Tame Menagerie' featuring  'The Only Wild Haggis in Captivity'.

Demolition of the Palais De Luxe in Lime Street with a Wolfenden Crane in attendance, (photo property of Jibup)

Elliot Street and Lime Street 1939 prior to the demolition of these buildings to make way for the Forum Cinema, the Palais De Luxe awnings can be seen in the background on the same block.

A recolour of Frankie Vaughan at the Top Hat Record bBar in Dale Street.

The Crown on Lime Street c1979

The scene around the tunnel entrance looking towards St Johns Lane in 1934 as crowds await the opening of the Mersey Tunnel.

A Royal Mail vehicle decorated for the Mersey Tunnel opening.

Blitz damage to the roof of the Victoria Street Post Office c1941/42

Sailors Home charges

The Dockers Clock

This is a scene at the Pier Head, Liverpool in 1957, just before the last tram was finally phased out, beautifully captured by photographer J. Copland.

Victoria St Post Office Switch Room afeter an enemy air raid 1942

Victorian Market Contables
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