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With an assorted crew of barmen, kitchen staff, hostesses

With an assorted crew of barmen, kitchen staff, hostesses


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With an assorted crew of barmen, kitchen staff, hostesses

With an assorted crew of barmen, kitchen staff, hostesses, their familes The clubship " Landfall", formerly tank landing craft LCT7074, which took part in the D-Day landings in Normandy eased into its new berth at Salthouse dock 16th April 1971. 21st August 1972

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Liverpool Post and Echo Archive
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Liverpool
England

Media ID 21683424

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Caps Clubs Docks


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This print captures the historic moment when the clubship "Landfall" found its new home at Salthouse dock on April 16th, 1971. Once a tank landing craft known as LCT7074 that played a crucial role in the D-Day landings in Normandy, this vessel now embarked on a different journey as an entertainment hub. With an assorted crew of barmen, kitchen staff, and hostesses along with their families, the ship symbolized unity and camaraderie. The image showcases the vibrant atmosphere aboard the "Landfall" where laughter and joy filled every corner. The dedicated team worked tirelessly to provide exceptional service to guests who sought refuge from their daily routines. Whether it was hosting lively parties or serving delicious meals, these professionals ensured that everyone experienced unforgettable moments. As we delve into this snapshot from the 1970s, we are reminded of how clubs like these were not just places for leisure but also served as vital social hubs within communities. The docks provided a unique backdrop for such establishments – bustling with activity and offering glimpses into various aspects of shipping and transport. This print is not only a testament to the rich history of this iconic vessel but also serves as a reminder of how people came together to create memorable experiences during those times. It encapsulates an era where individuals sought solace in shared spaces while forging lasting connections amidst changing tides.

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