Liverpool districts (page 5)

Park Lane in 1952. The grim-looking "Liver Vaults" on the right is built on the end of an old warehouse Prouts Garage, on the corner of Breck Road and Edensor Terrace, Everton, in 1960 "Snowhites" snack bar on the corner of Smithdown Road & Cullen Street in 1952 Brookhey and Bigdale Drive, Kirkby, in 1963. The "Peacock" pub on the right has just been opened Scotland Road in 1960, when there was still a pub on every corner, (except for the bomb-sites!)
Parkinson Road, Grey Road, and Rice Lane, Walton, in 1960. A typical row of mixed small shops Rimrose Road, Bootle, in 1960. The row of cottages on the right have seen some changes Outside Littlewoods Pools on the East Lancs. Road in 1958. The road was a 1930s precursor of the later Motorways Warrington Road and Saint James Road, Prescot, in 1961. The street sweeper was once a familiar sight on city streets Dalrymple Street in 1960, one of the many bomb-sites still left undeveloped decades after the War
Mill Road in 1952. "Take home Wall's ice cream" - or eat it immediately, as you certainly haven't got a fridge yet! Penrhyn Street and Chapel Gardens, two side-roads off Scotland Road, with Kirby's Garage, in 1960 Demolition work on the Overhead Railway on Waterloo Road in 1956. They couldn't rip it down fast enough! Regent Road, Derby Road, Bankfield Street and the surrounding areas of Kirkdale from the air in 1962 Rosemarie Cafe & Ballroom, Aughton Street and County Road, Ormskirk, in 1956
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An unidentified back jigger in Everton, 1957. Please let us know if you can identify it Gwladys Street School, Anfield Cemetery, Muriel Street, Diana Street and Walton Road, in 1949 Seaview Road, Bootle, with the tram-lines covered over by Tarmac in 1959. Threlfalls Catering Dept is on the right Hawthorn Road and the surrounding areas of Bootle from the air in 1962