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  • Kraft Factory Kirkby circa 1957 by Jimmy Carter

    We Lived in Field St for a while, then Tunnel Rd, then Porchester Rd, Norris Green...(all of which have been knocked down) then finally on to Hartwood...
  • Ian in his Life Boys uniform by Ian Pyper

    Here I am at about age 9 or 10 (1964 or 1965) in my Life Boys unifom. I was in the 45th Liverpool Life Boys which was based at Greenfield Road Methodi...
  • Drowning in Bootle by Alison Green

    I met him at Butlins, Pwhelli in 1970. All the Bootle boys were there for the season in those days. Not that I’d ever heard of Bootle, nor met...
  • Me and my bike by Glenys Kerley

    One early September afternoon in 1956 I was in the backyard with my Dad, watering the window boxes. It was twenty past twelve and I had walked home ...
  • Newton's Inspiration by Robert Edwards

    We followed the sloping lane from the road behind the cottage which worked its way steadily uphill toward the old house which had once proudly nestl...
  • Our First Holiday 1954

    My sister and her boyfriend paid us a nice visit, as my Husband, Nick and I, and our six children (aged one to eight) were playing in the garden. Te...
  • Robert Edwards: Moments of Madness

    We stood side by side, all 30 eleven year old boys of the Liverpool Collegiate Form 3A and formed the three sides of a rectangle so that we all had ...
  • Our First Holiday 1954

    My sister and her boyfriend paid us a nice visit, as my Husband, Nick and I and our six children (aged one to eight) were playing in the garden. Teres...
  • Eric's

    spitfire boys!
  • Do you know these boys?

    We have a number of images of these boys on a trip and we are looking for any information about them.  The photos came to us without any real kno...
  • St Edwards Orphanage Had A Wonderful Band (1927)

    This is the story of my father.  My father was in the band and he would tell me the band would follow the may processions around Liverpool and th...
  • Tram Ride to Dovecot

    The tide of time has washed away the memories; no more can I jump a number ten tram at the Pier Head, upstairs for Dockers and smokers and downstair...
  • The Owl Patrol

    Even in wartime Liverpool, the war wasn't constantly with us. When summer came and there was no snow to play Gallant Defenders of Stalingrad, we had t...
  • Scallywag Days

    We were a couple of scallywags, I was seven years old and Billy Blackhurst was slightly older, probably about eight. I was fair-haired with blue eye...
  • My Liverpool

    It is amazing how far we have come in the last seventy years. Many of us once lived in city residential areas, some in houses with just two bedroom...
  • Going to 'The Pictures'

    In the late Nineteen Forties and throughout the Fifties following on from the horrors of World War 11, going to 'The Pictures' was the main form of es...
  • An upbringing in Everton..more

    My Neighbourhood On the right hand corner of Desmond Street looking up towards St Benedict's Church was our local greengrocers. Although the entrance...
  • An Evacuee's Tale

    My mum's name is Mary Louisa Yates (nee Palmer); she was born on 1934 and has lived all of her life in Liverpool. When I came across this site we agre...
  • 1950s Liverpool

    I attended Liverpool Collegiate grammar school where I studied Latin and Greek (it was all Greek to me) and played that game with the funny shaped bal...
  • Liverpools Lost Kids(Bindoon Boys Town)

    My mothers two step sisters were sent to Australia by my grandfather as he was told they would be adopted and have a better life there...my grandmothe...

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