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A photograph showing a view of Aigburth Drive, including several trees enclosed in metal tree guards. Railings can be seen on top of the wall that runs round the park (to the right of the image). Several large houses can be seen in the distance. At the bottom of the image 'Aigburth Drive' is written.

27/10/1902

A photograph showing a view of Aigburth Drive, including several trees enclosed in metal tree guards. Railings can be seen on top of the wall that runs round the park (to the right of the image). Several large houses can be seen in the distance.

27/10/1902

A photograph showing a view of Aigburth Drive, including several trees enclosed in metal tree guards. Railings can be seen on top of the wall that runs round the park (to the right of the image). Several large houses can be seen in the distance. At the bottom of the image is marked 'Aigburth Drive'.

27/10/1902

A photograph of some men cutting a rail on Moss Street, where the the alleged Hawksworth accident was. One man has a sledge hammer and another holds a railcutter. A hole has been made in the road around the some of the tram tracks.

12/02/1904

A photograph of an American tramcar. Five tramcar men are standing in and around the tram. They are all in uniform and one of them may be a policeman. The destination of the tram is Walton, Dale Street and Pier Head

c. 1900

A photograph of a section of the ancient dock wall discovered when the site was drained prior to the construction of the Brunswick Street extension. Three men are stood next to the excavation on the bed of the old dock. One of the men is dressed very smartly and is wearing a bowler hat. In the background are various buildings and pedestrians walking along the harbour wall.

01/09/1901

A photograph of the ancient dock wall discovered when George's Dock was drained prior to construction of the Brunswick Street extension.

01/09/1901

A photograph of the ashpits in Every Street, although the ashpits themselves are not very clear. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street, and also in the picture are the privies of the houses.

25/05/1904

A photograph taken from above, of the ashpits of the houses on Every Street. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street and the privies are also to be seen in the photograph.

25/05/1904

A photograph taken from above, of one of the ashpits of the houses on Every Street, showing the rubbish that was in it. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street and the privy of the house next door is also to be seen.

25/05/1904

A photograph taken from above, of one of the ashpits of the houses on Every Street, showing the rubbish that was in it. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street and the privy of the houses can also be seen.

25/05/1904

A photograph taken from above, of the ashpits of the houses on Every Street. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street and the privies of the houses are also to be seen. There is some washing hanging on the line next door.

28/05/1904

A photograph taken from above, of the ashpits of one of the houses on Every Street. The yard and the privy of the house next door can be seen.

28/05/1904

A photograph taken from above of the ashpits on Every Street. The photograph is of the back of the houses and a back passage runs down behind them. The ashpit seems to be full of coal. The yard next door is very untidy and a wall seems to have been knocked down, and it is difficult to say whether it is rubble or rubbish in the ashpit that is in the yard.

28/05/1904

A photograph taken from above, of the ashpits of the houses on Every Street. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street and the privies of the houses are also to be seen. A man is walking down the passageway.

28/05/1904

A close up photograph taken from above, of the ashpits of the houses on Every Street. The photograph is of the back passageway of the street and the privies are also to be seen in the photograph.

25/05/1904

A photograph of the passage leading to the back yards of houses on Sheil Road. In the walls of the yards there are ash bins. There is another copy of the photograph on the reverse of the card mount.

09/02/1903

A photograph of Bankhall canal bridge. Two men are standing on the bridge. In the distance, the other side of the bridge there are some barges.

c. 1900

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