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Liverpool ‘Then and Now’ A Look Back At Street Scenes of Merseyside’s District in the 1960s

Liverpool is a city in North West England, with its surrounding areas it is the fifth largest metropolitan area in the UK. The local authority is Liverpool City Council, the most populous local government district within the metropolitan county of Merseyside and the largest within the Liverpool City Region.In the 1960s, Liverpool became internationally renowned for its culture, particularly as the centre of the “Merseybeat” sound which became synonymous with The Beatles. Its streets also have distinctive features with many ancient buildings, and preserved to this day.An amazing ‘Then and Now’ photo collection from Keith Jones will give you a comparison look at the street scenes of Liverpool between the 1960s and today.

 Pier Head, 1960s in 2013

 

 Queens Arms, Williamson Square, 1960s and 2013

 

 Ranelagh Place, 1960s and 2017

 

 Rocket Shops, Childwall, 1960s and 2013

 

 Rocky Lane, Tuebrook, 1960s and 2013

 

 Smithdown Road, Wavertree, 1960s and 2015

 

 South Road, Waterloo, 1960s and 2013

 

Strand Road, Bootle, 1960s and 2014

 

Strand Road, Bootle, 1960s in 2013

 

The Blackie, 1960s and 2013

 

The Crown, Lime Street, 1960s and 2013

 

The Strand, 1960s and 2017

 

The Vines, Lime Street, 1960s and 2013

 

Tunnel Entrance, 1960s and 2016

 

Walton Vale, Walton, 1960s and 2014

 

Williamson Square, 1960s and 2013

 

Williamson Square, 1960s and 2014

 

 Williamson Square, 1960s and 2017

 

 Bluecoat Chambers, 1960s and 2017

 

 Bradewell Street, Kirkdale, 1960s and 2016

 

Church Street, 1960s and 2013

 

 Dale Street, 1960s and 2014

 

Everton Road, Everton, 1960s and 2013

 

Great Charlotte Street, 1960s and 2014

 

 Green Lane, Old Swan, 1960s and 2013

 

 Green Lane, Old Swan, 1960s and 2013

 

 Green Lane, Old Swan, 1960s and 2015

 

 Hardman Street, 1960s and 2013

 

 Hatton Garden, 1960s and 2014

 

 High Street, Wavertree, 1960s in 2016

 

 Lewis’s, 1960s and 2013

 

Lime Street, 1960s and 2013

 

Lime Street, 1960s and 2014

 

Lime Street, 1960s and 2017

 

Lime Street, 1960s and 2017

 

Lime Street, St George’s Place, 1960s and 2012

 

Liver Building, 1960s and 2015

 

Liverpool Road, Crosby, 1960s and 2014

 

Mathew Street, 1960s and 2013

 

Mathew Street, 1960s and 2013

 

Old Haymarket, 1960s and 2013

 

Pier Head, 1960s and 2013

 

 Pier Head, 1960s and 2013

 

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