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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...
  • A Treasure Chest of Memories by Pauline (Nee)Fyne-Grant

    Born in Liverpool and living close to Penny Lane for the first 20 years of my life, I have a multitude of memories that would fill a book. There we...
  • Orange Lodge by Allan Lloyd

    Me and my brother in the Dingle {Toxteth},about 1954-1956,before the 12th of July march. (from the Of Time and the City website community) If th...
  • Growing Up in Rothwell Street by Bill Tomkins

    I lived in Rothwell Street with my brothers ..Derek Leslie ..Albert ..George ..Percy and my sister Violet. I played around the Queensway laundry bar...
  • Natalie's Party - Shack

    The Head brothers from Shack sing their 1999 single on a neon-lit stage.
  • George Groves - Oscar Winning Liverpool University Alumni

    The Liverpool University graduate, who went on to become a three-time Oscar winner. George Groves was born on 13th December 1901 over his father's ba...
  • George Groves

    George Groves working on a Warner Brothers dubbing console.
  • A GREAT HOMER STREET STORY

    Dad had returned home from his job at Liverpool docks after being sacked for trying to strangle the foreman with the phone wires as the chap was repor...
  • December 8th 1980,

    The first time I ever heard of John Lennon, was at a lunch time session at the Cavern sometime in the autumn of 1961. I was working as a ...
  • 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...
  • Liverpool Home

    I was Born Linda Gibson at 53 August road Liverpool October 1946 , To wonderful parents George and Edith Gibson ,I have two older brothers George and ...
  • THE KING OF NOTHING

    One Xmas Eve many years ago my young brothers and myself were awoken from our slumbers by the sound of a woman screaming and crying...we rushed ...
  • 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...
  • Wickidale

    Wickidale, Uncle Jack's poultry farm, was some 30 miles up the coast from the city of Liverpool. Today, we'd call Wickidale a free range chicken farm...
  • A Summer Night in Liverpool

    In a way, my father was a lucky man. When Britain went to war against the Nazis in 1939, he was the manager of the smokehouse of a meat packing compan...
  • Wash-Day Blues and the Match-day Maverick

    Now it is December and one can barely distinguish night from day as we count down towards the Winter Solstice , the shortest day. Still we have Spring...
  • 'Spring, Summer, Autumn, Scouse'

    The introduction to Wendy Davies's 'Spring, Summer, Autumn, Scouse' story. The four parts will follow: What, if anything, is one of the best things ...
  • When we was lads.

    SIGNUM FIDEI (When we was Lads) Looking back upon those days When summer never seemed to end Running crazy through the fields Feeling safe am...
  • Silver Prize Band

    My husband Donald and his brother Derek both were placed into the care of the Brothers of Charity in 1939. Donald was in the Band and played the Base...
  • Caravan in Towyn

    I remember fondly many weekends spent at a small caravan in Towyn. My Aunt bought it for a song just before the war, it was small but neatly fitted. ...

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