he Black & White Picture Place

Old Photographs & Drawings of Liverpool

The corner of Ranleigh Street and Bold Street in 1910. Aside from the disappearance of the trams, the proliferation of traffic- but the pedestrianisation of this end of Bold Street- the scene has changed remarkably litttle sice this picture was taken almost a hundred years ago. Central Station- on the extreme left of the picture- can be see again on this page...

bold Street

st. luke's church
Seen in both of the above photographs, St. Luke's Church (1811) was gutted in the May
Blitz of 1941but remains today as a war memorial. Its interior has been laid out as a garden.
Learn much more by visiting the church's own superb website here...

Top of Page | Old Pics of Liverpool & Chester | B&W Picture Place | Chester Virtual Stroll
Site Front Door | Chester Gallery | Liverpool Gallery | Contact us | Next Picture