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Liverpool history

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Did great great grandparents, John Flynn from Castlebar, Co Mayo and Mary Hogan from Tullamore, Offaly, walk along this dock in Liverpool, England, looking at the sunset as they waited for their berths on the Elizabeth, and Journey to Sydney?  Liverpool Docks Sunset | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

During the weekend of the 3rd & 4th August 2013 I attended one of the two Chris Marquardt photography workshops that he held in the UK. I’ve listened to Chris’s photography podcast (Tips from the Top Floor) for about four years now and it was great to finally meet him in person and learn from him first hand. Tips from the Top Floor: www.tipsfromthetopfloor.com/ Chris Marquardt: chrismarquardt.com/ During the weekend Chris recorded an episode of Tips from the Tip Floor with all the…

History of Toxteth • Historic Liverpool

Historic Features in Toxteth Toxteth has a very long history of its own. Entering history as two manors, the area became a hunting forest, and a Royal Park. For almost 400 years this prevented the area from changing or developing to any great extent, and the amount of agriculture that was allowed in the forest […]

The Liverpool overhead railway

Who would have thought in 2013 a new and unpublished picture of the Liverpool overhead railway would come to light? Peter's picture is taken at an area known as Georges Dock Gates near James Street station. The train is a 27 from Seaforth and Litherland and is heading for Dingle. The railway opened in 1893 and closed 30th December 1956 a victim of the high cost of repairs. The road view gives a good snapshot of 1950's Britain, although not dated the latest it could have been taken is Summer…

Liverpool Exchange main entrance in Jul'78. | This taxi hasn… | Flickr

This taxi hasnt picked up a fair from the station - Liverpool Exchange frontage after closure. 29/7/78.