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An extensive layout of Hornby Dublo trains at an English Electric Sports Day in 1954 A Meccano model of Cammell Laird's "100 Ton Crane" in Liverpool's Bluecoat School, 1954 Local children getting into the photograph of these visitors to Raby Mere in the 1880s Two girls crossing Shaw Street, Liverpool, in 1952 won't have much trouble avoiding the traffic, - they would today! Crowds on New Brighton beach in 1949, with many men still wearing their 3-piece "Demob" suits
An crowd watch the demolition of a bombed house in the 1940s. Those lads will have to find another gang hut now! Group at a Liverpool firm's Sports Day in the 1940s - These unidentified girls will all be in their 70s now. Boys on a makeshift sledge on Rodney Street, Birkenhead, in the 1930s. This steep hill is still 2a favourite when it snows. Bathtime by the fire in the 1890s An usually intimate scene for the time, taken using only room light A good day out on the Promenade at Egremont beside the Mersey. New Brighton is in the distance. 1949
PT lesson in the playground at an unknown school on the Wirral in 1951. Can anyone identify it? Scottish Country Dancing lesson at the same unknown school on the Wirral in 1951 Fancy Dress Competition winners at the English Electric Sports Day in 1954. The "Ernie Bond" dates it! Treasure Island lucky dip at an English Electric Sports Day in 1956. The lolly sticks with biggest prizes were always in the middle! The students of Marymount Convent School, Wallasey, sit for the dreaded "school photo" in 1959
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Orphans at their Annual Christmas Party which was organised by English Electric in Liverpool. 1959 A boy (probably) proudly playing with his very expensive-looking, detailed, model farm wagon in the 1880s Running home for tea in the late afternoon sun after a day spent at Moreton Shore in 1948 Egremont Beach and Promenade in 1949, with New Brighton a fifteen minute walk away in the distance