SEARCH
Search by:


You searched for ‘"railway"’. You have 38 results


  • Empire Day by Valerie Benson

    I was born in the Dingle in 1946. We lived in Emerald Street off Cockburn Street (pronounced Cock - as in a male hen, not Co as in the port wine!!)....
  • My Heritage by Ruth Mcleod

    My wonderful city with its wonderful friendly people - no place like it. Humour, cheerfulness, a good turn you get them all here. I grew up during...
  • Going over the water by Margaret Ledgerton

    As a child and into my late teens, going 'over the water, meant getting the Overhead Railway from Seaforth to the Pier Head on a Sunday, especially ...
  • Memories by Michael Dodd

    Born on the dock road in Bootle, stealing sugar from the sacks on the lorries, coal from the railway, wood from the timber yard. Making a Guy on No...
  • The Flying Dutchman by Robert Edwards

    The flickering black and white images moved slowly forward on the screen, marching in time with the sombre music. The band in military uniform was per...
  • Wallasey Tunnel - 1971

    The opening of Kingsway tunnel.
  • Day out on a Tug Boat

    A Day on a Tug Boat It was during the school holidays in the 1950s that my dad took me to work with him so I could spend a day on a Liverpool Tug Bo...
  • Liverpool Overhead Railway 1950s

    Rare footage of the Liverpool Overhead Railway in the 1950s. The line was dismantled in 1957. Music from the era "Captain Kangeroo Theme" aka Puffin...
  • Times of Yesteryear

    Times of Yesteryear I am in my 81st year, and I remember many events that happened in my life time. When I was a boy living in the south-end, ...
  • Retuning Fire Engine PLV 415

    My Story 2 fire engines returning to Durning Road Station 1955/6. We lived about 8 doors away from here.Just this side of the bombed out space on th...
  • Liverpool Riverside Station

    This is a picture of what was once Liverpool Riverside Station and was taken on 4th November 1988. This was once a rather fantastic train station. I...
  • Time Warp Liverpool 1871 to 2010

    Time warp 139 years. The Top Photo. 1871. St Geoges Dock. Before The Overhead Railway and The Liver Buildins were built before the destruction of th...
  • Adventure of a Scouse pup

    In 1950 we used to travel by tram from Clubmoor or Tuebrook to the Pierhead. Once there we would go to the overhead railway station on the strand an...
  • The Green Goddesses (1)

    I woke up at twelve thirty in the morning a while ago. Through our open window I heard the sound of the last train from Melbourne pulling into Hughe...
  • The Green Goddesses (2)

    My father loved a tram ride. I vividly recall a Sunday morning in summer. Upon leaving All Saints church after mass, I saw my smiling father across ...
  • 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 ...
  • Three Graces - 1950s postcard

    A picture postcard of the fantastic three graces. Just to the left is the site of the newly built Mann Island.
  • The Overhead Railway 1902

    An old postcard sent at the beginning of the last century.
  • The White Star Building and Overhead Railway

    The White Star Building overlooking the Overhead Railway.
  • The Tower Buildings with the Overhead Railway

    Postcard from about 1910

1
2
Next