Liverpool Bootle, Birkenhead, and Wallasey official Red Book for 1920.
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Published by Littlebury Bros. in Liverpool .
Written in English

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Open LibraryOL18240086M

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•Bootle •Kirkby •Prescot •Huyton •St. Helens •Haydock •Widnes •Runcorn •Wallasey •Birkenhead •West Kirby. Heswall. Also included is: •a large scale city centre map of Liverpool •a postcode map of the Liverpool area •a Liverpool rail connections map, featured on the outside back cover. The Public Assistance Committee became responsible for the following institutions (as listed in The Liverpool, Bootle, Birkenhead and Wallasey Official Red Book ()): Alder Hey Hospital Belmont Road Institution Cleaver Sanatorium, Heswall Cottage Homes, Fazakerley Cottage Homes, Olive Mount, Wavertree Kirkdale Homes Mill Road Infirmary. Book Shop in Birkenhead, Merseyside. Displaying 1 - 19 of Map South John Street, City Centre, Liverpool miles: 7 Waterstone's. 12 College Lane, City Centre, Liverpool Liscard Road, City Centre, Wallasey miles - 9 WHSmith. Liscard Way, City Centre, Wallasey. 10 Nov - Explore drbaryton's board "Birkenhead", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Liverpool, Liverpool docks and Liverpool town pins.

My name is Neil Holmes and I am the author of two local books, Liverpool Blitzed and Merseyside Blitzed. I was born on the Wirral in and still live there today, but work in Liverpool as a civil servant. My interest in local history and photography led me to research Liverpool’s wartime experiences, culminating in the publication of my first book (Liverpool Blitzed) in The docks made Bootle a key target in World War II and up to 90% of the town’s homes were damaged during the Liverpool Blitz. The escort ships which protected the convoys crossing the ocean.   Here is a list of Wirral Hospitals in , this is from Gore's street directory (the list above was from the official Red Book list), as you can see this list isn't as complete. Birkenhead Borough Hospital Birkenhead Fever Hospital, Tollemache road, Birkenhead.   ECHO readers divided over masterplan to make Bootle the star of north Liverpool. Bootle could be transformed beyond recognition if a £m council plan comes to fruitionAuthor: Francesca Fitzsimmons.

Liverpool Birkenhead Ferry. Liverpool Birkenhead ferry port in England is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Douglas & Belfast available. With a selection of up to 16 Sailings Weekly, the port of Liverpool Birkenhead connects England with Isle of Man & Northern Ireland. Bootle Borough Police was formed in and ceased to exist in when it merged with Liverpool City Police to become, Liverpool & Bootle Constabulary. It was then known as "B" Division. Today it is an area of Merseyside Police. Birkenhead (/ ˌ b ɜːr k ən ˈ h ɛ d /) is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, Merseyside, England. Historically until in Cheshire, it is on the Wirral Peninsula, along the west bank of the River Mersey, opposite the city of the census, it had a population of 88, Birkenhead Priory and the Mersey Ferry were established in the 12th grid reference: SJ Bootle (pronounced / ˈ b uː t əl /) is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton, Merseyside, England, which had a population of 51, in ; the wider Parliamentary constituency had a population of 98, Historically part of Lancashire, Bootle's proximity to the River Mersey and the industrial city of Liverpool to the south saw it grow rapidly in the s, first as a dormitory Country: England.