A Pictorial History of Liverpool
I can’t place this photo. Is it Crown Street, looking North? Or Melville Place?
Or maybe Olive St?
Sorry for being a bit slow. I now think it’s Myrtle St with the road on the left in the foreground being Melville Place. The road junction on the right is therefore Mona Street. And the low buildings in the distance, are on Crown St.
That photo is Myrtle St on your left is Melville Place
I think the pub on the left is called the Portland Arms (?).
It was on the corner of Melville Place, Myrtle St.
Its myrtle st leading up to crown st with myrtle house top right I grew up in melville place
Does anybody have any photos of Melville place flats. My dad grew up in a flat in early 1950,s above a resteraunt. His aunt lived in the flat next door and featured in uni press when the uni bought it, her name is mary kiniston. When the uni bought it they wrote a paper and took photos because they said the flat was like something from a dickens book. I would love to get a copy of this for her as she is 90, but I don’t know where to look any help would be much appreciated x
My mums family lived in myrtle gardens she had 4 brothers & 2 sisters my mums maiden name is GORE. my uncle George lived there as well. My mum moved to bootle in the 60’s can anyone remember our family?
We had the chippy opposite Myrtle Gardens called Slaters. Next to us Feenys pub( THe Mona Hotel)The photo is taken from the corner of Mona street and opposite Melville place
We owned the chipshop called Slaters opposite Myrtle Gardens and Melville place.
Feenys pub was next door called The Mona Hotel and on the corner of Mona street
Slaters chipshop was opposite Myrtle Gardens and Melville Place Feenys pub was next door called The Mona Hotel on the corner of Mona Street
I lived at 82 Myrtle Street at Slaters chippy and next to Feenys pub( The Mona Hotel )
Opposite Myrtle gardens and Melville Place
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