Bill fawcett wrote:Quite right John, I used to work for Servis Washing Machines for ten years, in the building opposite The Clarence and situated on the other side of the large white building. All of the flagstones in my driveway were made in the concrete works in the foreground. I got them in exchange for repairing the blokes washing m/c, and he made them extra thick so as they would not break under the weight of the car. Nearly 35 years later they are still going strong.
john j connell wrote:Obviously it is Seaforth, but i am intrigued by the location of the Crosby sign. JJC. (great pictures as per usual) Thank you.
fatboyjoe90 wrote:John,Seaforth joined Crosby Municipal Borough in 1937, having previously been part of Waterloo with Seaforth urban district. The whole of Crosby became part of the new Metropolitan Borough of Sefton on 1 April 1974.
Hope this meets is to your satisfaction, John.
EdMcDonald wrote:fatboyjoe90 wrote:Warbreck Avenue 1933.
Another one Joe. Is that by the Black Bull pub. Old railway station called Prescot Road.
fatboyjoe90 wrote:This photo is posted with the kind permission of Angela JC, of Liverpoolinacityliving.
Crosby Lighthouse Burnt Down 1897.
fatboyjoe90 wrote:Vauxhall Road, with the 16 bus going towards the Pier-Head, looking at the cars late 1950s early 1960s. I know who will tell what they are.
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