Inner city life on the streets of 1970s Liverpool

Images of life on the streets of Liverpool in the 1970s are on display in the city.

Photographer Paul Trevor spent several months in Liverpool in 1975 recording family life as part of a project called Survival Programmes'.

His images captured a time of upheaval and deprivation as unemployment hit the inner city.

The pictures, many which have never been seen before, are displayed at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.

The exhibition, Like You've Never Been Away, runs from 13 May - 25 September, 2011 as part of the Liverpool International Photography Festival , Look 11.

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