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KEN ROGERS best-selling book will take you back home to the famous terraced streets of Everton & Scottie Road and inspire memories of your childhood, your parents and grandparents, and your old neighbours.
The best-selling 'Lost Tribe of Everton & Scottie Road' book encouraged thousands of people to retrace their roots into the heart of one of Liverpool's most famous and historic inner city districts. Now the long awaited follow up is available, the Lost Tribe The People's Memories.
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Everton and Scottie Road Memory Book



This Memory Book was captured as part of the launch activity of the "Lost Tribe of Everton & Scottie Road" publication. Author Ken Rogers would like to thank all Lost Tribe members who attended events from the summer of 2010.

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From: bruce, alan

Street Name:Priory Street Number:40

Memory:alo George and Peter All 3 of us were all in the same Class for several years at HSCP SCHOOL . Liverpool MUSEUM - We used the old entrance in those days . I was told the museum had been bombed durng ww2 - a lot of fire damage I remember the big japanese red crab with long legs / Also a beehive in between 2 panes of glass at the west end of an upper floor facing the mersey tunnel entrance . . The Egyptian and military artifacts really interested me . WALKER ART GALLERY : The Roman marble sculptures impressed me a lot . Busts of Roman Emperors . One Painting the teacher emphasized to us was the Picture of a Roman soldier still at his post LOOKING upwards while Versuvius was erupting . The picture was titled FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH . Another was the picture of John the Baptists Head on a silver platter . Apart from France , Greece , Egypt and Italy you can travel a long way and not see an Art Gallery and Museum like in Liverpool . Many historical artifacts in most museums are priceless . In 1965 my cousin Eric , Billy Jones from Herschel street (both Anfield Comp ) and I would sag school and go to the museum and gallery and sit there for hours in the cafe . The atmosphere seemed to take you back in time . I knew a Tall security man there named Neil Rowes . Neil would give us some interesting information on the displays and always cracked some jokes . Brgds to all LTE Bkk Sat 2.Sept 2017

From: hayes, peter

Street Name:cadmus Street Number:26

Memory:Hello George McDonald. I agree, the Museum was inspiring, but the W.A. Gallery was the amazing world of visual art. The huge works of the masters was such a overwhelming vision for young eyes and minds of the Liverpool schools. Without art, our world is a withering flower, without poetry, we know not how to view the world. Liverpool was, and still is, a gold mine of curiosity and genuine creativity in the thinking world, Liverpudlians have been so resilient and progressive in thought for so many years. We do, in fact, lead the way. We do, in fact, have so much to offer in an intellectual manner, it seems we are blessed with a spirit of brightness that leaves many places behind. And that is not just a biased view. Peter in Canada. SEP 1st. 2017.

From: McDONALD, GEORGE

Street Name:MERE LANE Street Number:15

Memory:Reply to Peter Hayes, I sure do remember the visit to the museum and that Crab was enormous or so it seemed at the time. Regards from the South Coast of England

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:Priory Street Number:40

Memory:Alo Don / Eastlake street - good to read your post . 1955 Heyworth street Primary School - we had a classmate from Eastlake street named Lennie Hall . He must have been the younger brother of John . You can find ( B & w ) pictures of Heyworth streets including Eastlake on this website : http://www.liverpoolpicturebook.com/p/l4-l5.html Best regards to all LTE alan Bkk Wed 30.AUG 2017

From: collins, tony

Street Name:upper beah street Street Number:27

Memory:what i can remember about in our street and in the area, lots of pigeon fanciers had opened up there roofs and built pigeon lofts on them ,, very ingenious,,

From: Currie, Don

Street Name:Eastlake Street Street Number:9

Memory:I lived at this address from 1949 to 1957whn I was aged 5 to 13, and remember Bryan Stephens of No 51. We played with John Hall, Irene Cross, Sandra Wilson, and Roy Russell in the street and also on the bomb site 48-50 Eastlake Street. Bryan had an elder sister, I recall. He will no doubt remember Georgie Hall, who was disabled but terrified the younger kids. Great memories car spotting, searching for coins dropped down grids, and street games- football, ollies etc.

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:priory Street Number:40

Memory:COLIN WRIGHT - COPELAND STREET AND PEOPLES CHURCH / ALO COLIN I SAW YOUR POST / MEMORIES ON THE LTE HOME PAGE . WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN . WAITING YEARS FOR YOU TO POST . I MENTIONED YOUR NAME ON LTE ON PREVIOUS POSTS . I REMEMBER YOUR YOUNGER BROTHER . I STILL OWE YOU FOR YOUR CAR IN 1974 . LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING FROM YOU ON LTE BEST REGARDS TO ALL LTE ALAN BKK SUN 27.08.2017 /2560

From: Hayes, Peter

Street Name:Cadmus Street Number:26

Memory:Hello Eric Skean. Glad you enjoyed my book. It's always good to sit back with a cuppa or something cold and read or think about fond memories. I rode the #25 bus, after disembarking the #79 when i travelled each day for my last year at Heyworth Street. I'd catch the 25 opposite the school at home-time and cross the road with the rest of the kids, following the direction of our 'Lollipop Lady' Mrs Cahill, Terry's mum. We moved to Childwall in mid December '60, so I had only half a school year left, and would be given my bus tokens each week from our head master, Mr. Mashpotato. sometimes I'd end up with extras and I'd give them to our classmate who lived down by the Hipodrome, to save him the walk in the drenching rain. Our crowd from Breck road down Everton would most days walk up to school in a large group. Georgie Guy, Sharkie, Graham Waring and others, and you lads from the upper end of Heyworth walked down together. Any one remember our visits to the Liverpool Museum, where, on display, there was an Alaskan King Crab with 11 foot leg span? Cheers to you all. Peter. Aug 23/17

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:Priory Street Number:40

Memory:Hallo Jean Good to hear from you . I was wondering when you would make a post . You must be 66 by now . Evered Avenue Commercial High School Aintree 1963 ? - 13 Plus ? I recalled your name and Irene on LTE a few years ago . You and Irene stood outside the "'George ""every mornin next to the school to get the 25 to the Astoria . You always carried your leather satchell . Other Evered girls and lads also used the stop at Heyworth Street School and Everton Road up to Hippodrome . Several of them have made Posts on LTE already .May you remember our schoolmate Graham Jennings ( Chic Graham and the Coasters ) 2 forms higher than you and Irene . I believe the school was demolished around 1980s. Our Schoolmate KEN ROGERS is the well appreciated Author of the LTE books and founder / operator of this website . Look forward to reading more of your recollections . Brgds to all LTE alan Bangkok Wed 23 Aug 2017 .

From: bruce, alan

Street Name:Priory Street Number:40

Memory:Hallo Jean Good to hear from you . I was wondering when you would make a post . You must be 66 by now . Evered Avenue Commercial High School Aintree 1963 ? - 13 Plus ? I recalled your name and Irene on LTE a few years ago . You and Irene stood outside the "'George ""every mornin next to the school to get the 25 to the Astoria . You always carried your leather satchell . Other Evered girls and lads also used the stop at Heyworth Street School and Everton Road up to Hippodrome . Several of them have made Posts on LTE already .May you remember our schoolmate Graham Jennings ( Chic Graham and the Coasters ) 2 forms higher than you and Irene . I believe the school was demolished around 1980s. Our Schoolmate KEN ROGERS is the well appreciated Author of the LTE books and founder / operator of this website . Look forward to reading more of your recollections . Brgds to all LTE alan Bangkok Wed 23 Aug 2017 .