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24 September 2014
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Liverpool Streets

liverpool streets
The streets of Liverpool
Introduction to famous city streets
Fascinating Facts
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Liverpool Villages
How Liverpool villages got their names.

castle st
Castle Street
chapel st
Chapel Street
dale st
Dale Street
water st
Water Street

The streets of Liverpool are fascinating, starting with the very early ones in the centre of the city - or borough as we should call it, because Liverpool wasn’t a city until the 1880s. Prior to that it was a town and a borough, the medieval borough was of course founded by King John in 1207, and the king’s representative, a bailiff or someone similar, laid out the first original streets of Liverpool - and those are still important thoroughfares..

…..Chapel Street, Bank Street (now Water Street), Castle Street, Dale Street, Tithebarn Street (formerly Moore street) and Juggler Street (High Street).



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Dale Street
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