This former waterhole might be well known by a lot of you.
It used to be 'The Norseman Club' at Regent Road in Liverpool. Not a lot to do at present day, it's more a ghosttown now. Anyway; Still Standing, with good memory's. All the best to everybody.
I've been doing some local history research into various aspects of Crosby, Liverpool, and have been studying a tragic event when three young schoolboys drowned at Crosby beach on 17 July 1893. They'd gone on the beach at near to low tide, then got stranded on a sandbank, possibly caught in...
I'm new to this site but I found you guys when researching a label on a steel travel trunk that my Great Granny used when moving from Pakistan to the UK in around 1951.
The label shows she travelled on the Circassia from Karachi to Liverpool. She would have travelled with her...
Hello All - this is my first time posting here. I am hoping you can "steer me" in the right direction.
I am looking for a list of the crew from the US based merchant ship, the Sue Lykes, from June-early Aug. 1954. In particular, I need the list showing crew names when they departed from either...
Shame the content isn't 'actual' rather than artistic licence. Accompanying text as under.
~~~ A wonderful and evocative illustration on the cover of a Mersey Docks &amp; Harbour Board, 1950s booklet showing Liverpool's docks in its traditional heyday. Ships at dock, tugs, cranes - railways a
I've just found that my gt gt grandfather George Unwin of Liverpool (b1839 and a sailmaker) died in Montevideo after his ship Rotomahana caught fire and sank near Elephant Cay Rock in the Falklands on August 19 1884.
Launched just three years previously, the Rotomahana was an...
Topsail schooner I've featured elsewhere in the gallery when she was in Bideford.
Ahh what were those silly people in Bideford thinking of letting this lovely little ship and its history depart their shores.
Good on the Scousers for giving her a new home.
Aquitania rests in the Gladstone drydock in mid-May, 1914. The workers at the dock are in the process of laying out some of the ships collapsible lifeboats on the ground in front of the drydock. This was being done so the ship could pass her safety inspection by the Board of Trade, before the ship
This view of Aquitania arriving on the Mersey at Liverpool in 1914 is a pretty rare shot because it shows the ship before any external changes took place following the outbreak of WW1. The picture had to have been taken in July of that year, and it may be the ships last peacetime arrival at her hom