I practically lived in the Ice Rink from to I speed skated for the Liverpool Leopards. It was a good team until its demise after the untimely death of our skipper Alan Carmichael in a . more-recent photographs of Wavertree, visit our 'Pictures of Historic Wavertree' web pages. Return to The Wavertree Society home page. Page created by MRC 28 May , last updated 26 Dec The history of Liverpool was a pastime and a hobby of mine from the early s and fast became a passion. Everything I could learn about it from my elders, books and videos became a must. Some books gave me inspiration to photograph what was about to be demolished in the late s, some of these appearing in my own very first book . The Lock Up - in use until Wavertree had a Police Station in the s. Wavertree's octagonal Lock-up was built of local yellow sandstone in , at the expense of the villagers.
Fitting, because the Wavertree was also ''cut down'' by steamships, in a way. A link between two eras, she was made of iron in imitation of the modern boats of her time, but with wood-boat technology. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Wavertree Cricket Club: years of cricket: a written and pictorial history. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "Pictorial History of the County of Lancaster : With One Hundred and " See other formats. The Wavertree Society. likes. The Wavertree Society, founded in , aims to improve local amenities, protect the environment and conserve the architectural heritage of the Wavertree district of 5/5.
I was born in my Grandmother's house in Macdonald Street, Wavertree in July My family left Liverpool in July for New Zealand and I have wonderful childhood memories of . p_covers 24/01/ Page 1. Issue February Praying for peace in the Holy Land. INSIDE THIS ISSUE. In the steps of St Oscar Romero. Liverpool is on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary, and historically lay within the ancient hundred of West Derby in the southwest of the county of Lancashire in North West EnCity region: Liverpool. The professor’s book, After The War Was Over, is the result of extensive, loving research using some incredible, atmospheric photographs capturing a fascinating period in the city’s : Liverpool Echo.