Welcome to Inacityliving - with over 10,000 Photographs - The History of Liverpool in Pictures

10,000 + Photographs

 In A City Living

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By Ged Fagan

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Over 10,000 Photographs

Some are old, some are new, some are borrowed but none are Blue !

Site last updated on 28th October 2017
with more NEW photographs coming soon !!!!

Website updated 

NEW photographs of Gerard Gardens from 1953 courtesy of Jonny Littlewood


The Wellington Column on Commutation Row, overlooking William Brown Street,London Road and Lime Street and standing alongside the Steble Fountain is a well known landmark in Liverpool, I was fortunate enough to be one of very few people to get a chance to go up there and that is exactly what I did just recently. The photographs on the link below are a chance for us all to take a look at the city from this rare vantage point.


St Georges Hall & the World's first air conditioning system

I was privileged and honoured recently, to be given a private tour, along with about 15 Liverpool University Engineering students by Dr Neil S Sturrock JP BEng PhD CEng FCIBSE MSLL MILP MEI and Chairman of the Heritage Group of the Chartered Institution of Building Services and a retired Senior Lecturer in Building Engineering studies at LJMU. Add to this he is the authority on Dr David Boswell Reid, inventor and implementer of the World's First Air Conditioning system which the St Georges Hall is undoubtedly built around.

Read the full story and see the Photographs HERE


New photographs added to the 'Streets Ahead PageHERE

Visit the many pages on this site and see the 1000s of Photographs
select from the Tabs above to learn more about the site and its author and to see photographs of the Tenements - Schools- Liverpool Then & Now and a whole selection of streets in Liverpool Districts L1 -L25


Select from the list of pages in the sidebar to see 1000s more photographs and learn about the history of our great City

Its all here for you at 'In A City Living '

Just click the Link!

Do you believe in ghosts? Forget spurious claims on certain staged t.v. programmes or far fetched books. In the 1990s a car advert was made but upon closer inspection by the director, something very spooky was seen and heard as the car emerged from behind some bushes and as such it didn't pass the watchdog criteria for screening. view it now  - but be sure to have your sound up, it's very eerie.

It's not often I manage to wangle an afternoon out on my own, so was I glad when faced with some DIY at home to get out and come across this pair of topless strippers in a fine and heaving city centre establishment.

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