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Liverpool university following May Blitz 1941

More Photographs found by Ged from the collection at Liverpool records office.

The direct hit on the large underground shelter in Durning Road, Edge Hill, was the worst single incident in the Liverpool Blitz as regards loss of life. This occurred in the early hours of 29 November 1940, during the heaviest air raid to date. About 300 people were tightly packed into a shelter in the basement of Edge Hill Training College in Durning Road.

Information about the Blitz from the exhibtiion 'Spirit of the Blitz: Liverpool in the Second World War', which was at Merseyside Maritime Museum from 10 July 2003 to 5 December Part of the National Museums Liverpool group

Liverpool - Bomb damaged house at Smithdown and Portman Road

Liverpool - Bomb damaged house at Smithdown and Portman Road

Lime Street 1912

First Marks & Spencer in Liverpool, on Lime Street circa 1912 - 'original penny bazaar'.

Old Photographs Of Liverpool, Liverpool Pictures, Pics,

Old Photographs Of Liverpool, Liverpool Pictures, Pics,

Liverpool Museum

Liverpool Museum, bombed during WWll

The old royal infirmary liverpool

Richmond Fair off Richmond Row Liverpool built as a woollen market c 1785 demolished 1910

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