Liverpool City Centre (page 1)

The Liver Birds being replaced on the Royal Liver Building after having been removed during the war. Water Street, 1947 Water Street Liverpool, filled with buses in the evening just before Christmas 1956 The bombed-out shell of the Old Custom House awaiting demolition, Canning Place, 1947 Rebuilding work in South Castle Street, with long queues waiting for the tram home, 1947 The approach to Birkenhead Tunnel and William Brown Street in the 1940s
The Salford Order of Rechabites - a teetotal organisation, marching past Saint Georges Hall on Lime Street in 1949 The Salford Order of Rechabites - a teetotal organisation, marching past Saint Georges Hall on Lime Street in 1949 Men waiting for the pub to open on a bombed-out corner of Scotland Road beside the "Travellers Rest", 1949 Repairs to bomb damage on the roof of Saint Georges Hall, with Rushworths and Wellington's Column, 1946 Bar of the 'Crooked Billet' pub on Exchange Street East in 1959
Lewis's Department Store on the corner of Lime Street and Renshaw Street, on a quiet Sunday morning in 1962 Building progress photograph of the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral in 1963 A window-cleaner's barrow on Seymour Street in 1948. The woman on the left seems to be querying the bill A "Jigger" in 1948, - probably in the Everton area, can anybody identify it? Liverpool Royal Infirmary, on the corner of Pembroke Place and Ashton Street, in 1962
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Aerial shot of the Anglican Cathedral and the surrounding areas, 1946 The Waterfront seen from the air in 1946 The Waterfront with 'Alexandra' and Cock Tugs, and 'Viper', 1947 The University campus with railway cuttings and Crown Street, 1962