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Scousemouse

BB HUNTS CROSS

BB you asked if Hunts Cross village cross is still standing,yes it is.
It is by the aquarium supplies shop behind the Banks the bottem of Speak Road here is a picture

Barbie

I didn't realise that thats what that is....try saying that when you are pissed.... Laughing
Seriously, I am aware of something being there but never have looked what it was!
brainbox

Thanks Scousemouse I shall look out for that one. I have never noticed it Crying or Very sad
Wasnt the Woolton Cross missing its top most part prior to its refurb in 1913?
I think there is one off Gatacre Park Drive too
Scousemouse

brainbox wrote:
Thanks Scousemouse I shall look out for that one. I have never noticed it Crying or Very sad
Wasnt the Woolton Cross missing its top most part prior to its refurb in 1913?
I think there is one off Gatacre Park Drive too

Yes the drawrings i have seen it looks   very like a crusader type cross with the cross at the top in a circle if you know what i mean
The war mamorial at St Peters Church will give you some idea what i mean  have been told it was based on the design of the Village Cross

brainbox

THanks for the info Scousemouse. I hadnt realised so many of these old Stone Crosses still existed amongst the everyday Modern local surroundings.
Scousemouse

I have kindly been given a photo of Woolton Cross before i was restored,
I was also told it is still in its original position.
I was also told that the Building behind it in the Picture the old council offices now a private house, was in the early nineteenth century an Inn and coach stop, would love to find its name so i could research it
 
Barbie

It's a great photo isn't it SM?
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
It's a great photo isn't it SM?

Yes Barbie, i want to find the name of the  Inn. i was told the picture was taken in 1909
Barbie

Was it called the Stag Inn?
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
Was it called the Stag Inn?

Dont know where did you get the name from?
Barbie

On here:
http://bdaugherty.tripod.com/liverpool/woolton.html#history
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
On here:
http://bdaugherty.tripod.com/liverpool/woolton.html#history

Thank you Missy Very Happy
Barbie

I hope you find what you are looking for. Smile
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
I hope you find what you are looking for. Smile

i doubt if you can find that much money q21
Barbie

Razz
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
Razz

thats not it Barbie that stag inn was in Quarry Street  Crying or Very sad
Barbie

Oh bum. Sorry.  Confused
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
Oh bum. Sorry.  Confused

Let you off sorry bout the sarni only had french honey and mustard dressing
didnt know if you liked it so i eat all the meal q3
Barbie

Shocked  Shocked  Shocked
In that case, you aint getting any of my choccy cake....  q29
Scousemouse

Barbie wrote:
Shocked  Shocked  Shocked
In that case, you aint getting any of my choccy cake....  q29

Damn. are go on Pretty please  i love Chocky wocky do dar Laughing
Barbie

ok, I'm standing at my front door, open your window, I'm going to chuck it.....
brainbox

Scousemouse wrote:
Barbie wrote:
It's a great photo isn't it SM?

Yes Barbie, i want to find the name of the  Inn. i was told the picture was taken in 1909


Scousemouse . a couple of weeks back whilst I was mooching about looking for info on the Woolton Cross ,I came across an article which mentioned that building and a remark stating it was formally a coaching inn and I am sure the article mentioned its name, but i cant remember the name it gave   Embarassed
Sorry 'bout that, but the info on it is deffo out there, I wish i could remember for you were it was

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