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Then & Now; Quarry Road, Bootle 1940 and 2013
Not a great job of lining up the images here, have had to bend them a bit and this image doesn’t stand up to close scrutiny.
Original photo used with kind permission of Liverpool Record Office, Liverpool Libraries.
this one works really well Ian . It could be an almost endless task trying to do this wioth all the bomb site photos that exsist
I think you may be a tad too self-critical Ian as you definitely have the knack on doing these and it still amazes me how intriguing it looks when you combine the two 🙂
Too kind Rob, thanks!
If that were my house, that I lived in now, and I saw this recreation – I’d be pretty freaked. I think that shows how effective this form of editing is!
Great blending, Ian, really effective, another great addition to the series
My mother and I lived at the top end of Quarry Road number 48. My aunty and cousins lived at number 12, the one behind the taxi showing minimal damage. Obviously number 10 appears to have suffered the most damage
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