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Forgotten Liverpool By Trinity Mirror Media

Forgotten Liverpool by Trinity Mirror Media

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A time machine journey through forgotten Liverpool Stephen Guy's remarkable Mersey Tales

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Forgotten Liverpool by Trinity Mirror Media

One of the Liverpool Echo's most enjoyed heritage platforms - 'Merseyside Tales' - delves into a treasure trove of rare photographs, drawings and stories to take readers on a weekly journey into our famous past. Now these columns have been collated into one remarkable magazine by accomplished journalist and local historian Stephen Guy, who has selected his most popular tales and legends from years of in-depth research. You will walk the historic docks and meet the characters who helped to make Liverpool the second city of the Empire. You will gain an understanding as to how Lime Street got its name and be able to walk across the drawbridge in Liverpool's medieval castle. You will even find yourself in the Crown Court as famous murder trials unfold, and view a menagerie of wild animals in the heart of downtown Liverpool. Bursting with images from Stephen's personal archive collection, as well as National Museums Liverpool, official city treasures and the award-winning libraries of the Liverpool Post and ECHO, 'Mersey Tales' is a fascinating time machine journey through forgotten Liverpool. This special 84-page heritage magazine will be top of the Christmas wish-list for the hundreds of thousands of people with a passionate interest in our historic past.

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Forgotten Liverpool by Trinity Mirror Media
Used - Very Good
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