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Liverpools old courts built in the days of the industrial revolution

Liverpools old courts built in the days of the industrial revolution


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Liverpools old courts built in the days of the industrial revolution

Liverpools old courts built in the days of the industrial revolution, long outlived their use as a home. But although living conditions were dreadful there was often good living in the courts,
Undated pic.
Circa 1900.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo Archive

Liverpool Post and Echo
Mirrorpix
Liverpool
England

Media ID 21687553

© Mirrorpix

1900s Back To Back Neighbours Poor Poverty Residents Slums Terraced Victorian


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Capturing the echoes of Liverpool's past, this vintage print takes us back to the days of the industrial revolution. Liverpools old courts, standing tall as a testament to history, were built during this transformative era. Although their original purpose as homes has long faded away, these once bustling courts still hold stories within their walls. In an era where living conditions were often dreadful, it is remarkable to discover that there was also a sense of community and resilience among the residents. Despite poverty and limited resources, neighbors found solace in each other's company within these cramped terraced houses. This undated picture from around 1900 offers a glimpse into the daily lives of those who called these slums home. The monochrome composition adds depth to our understanding of the challenges faced by Liverpool's working-class population during this time period. The stark black and white tones emphasize both the bleakness and endurance exhibited by residents living in such close quarters. As we peer through time at this photograph from Mirrorpix's Memory Lane Prints collection, let us remember not only the hardships endured but also acknowledge that even amidst adversity, moments of joy and camaraderie could be found in unexpected places.

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