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John and Dorothy Crawley outside their West Derby home, Tue Brook house

John and Dorothy Crawley outside their West Derby home, Tue Brook house


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John and Dorothy Crawley outside their West Derby home, Tue Brook house

John and Dorothy Crawley outside their West Derby home, Tue Brook house. The pair are celebrating a full year as residents of the oldest dated house in Liverpool. 22nd April 1982

Stephen Shakeshaft
Liverpool Post and Echo Archive
Mirrorpix
Liverpool
Merseyside
England

Media ID 21693947

© Mirrorpix

Celebrating Drink Exterior Historic Historical House Merseyside Toast Tue Brook Tuebrook Buildings And Structures


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John and Dorothy Crawley, a picture of contentment, stand outside their charming West Derby home, Tue Brook house. This delightful photograph captures the couple celebrating a momentous occasion - an entire year as proud residents of Liverpool's oldest dated house. The date is etched in history: 22nd April 1982. The image exudes the essence of the 1980s with its distinct architectural style and timeless beauty. The sturdy structure stands tall amidst a backdrop of lush greenery, evoking a sense of nostalgia for bygone eras. As John raises his glass in toast and Dorothy beams with joy, one can almost hear the clinking sound reverberating through time. Their celebration is not merely about bricks and mortar; it symbolizes their deep connection to this historic abode that has witnessed countless stories unfold within its walls. Merseyside's rich heritage comes alive in this snapshot, reminding us all of our roots and the importance of preserving our past. Stephen Shakeshaft skillfully captures this sentiment through his lens, immortalizing an era where tradition meets progress. This print serves as more than just decor; it encapsulates the spirit of celebration and appreciation for historical treasures like Tue Brook house. It invites viewers to raise their own glasses to honor those who came before us while inspiring future generations to cherish their architectural legacy.

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