Sunday, 30 September 2007


A bit of nostalgia - my grandparents’ house – drawn by my father, Morris Thompson Edwards. It was on Queens Drive, Liverpool, and began it's life as a house well outside the edge of urban Liverpool and with a field opposite in which the Corncrakes croaked all summer. It was demolished in the 1960s to give way for a petrol station which in turn gave way to a flyover at the end of the M62.

1 comment:

  1. I lived very close by on Queens Drive, and recall as
    a child the old Victorian houses which ran along
    from the now end of the M62 to the shops just prior
    to the Rocket Pub. The house you speak of may
    however have been demolished before I ventured
    along there? I'm thinking around the time 1966-1970.


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