At work - Commerce (page 1)

Unloading New Zealand lamb at Liverpool Docks, 1959 Old folk in a pub 1948 Wood Bros cycle shop, Liverpool, 1950 Mitchell Torok signing at the Top Hat, Liverpool, 1957 Birkenhead Market interior, 1950 Longboat traveller family near Liverpool, 1930s
Unloading New Zealand lamb at Liverpool Docks in 1959, before trade with New Zealand was discouraged by the EU The barman at a Work's Canteen bar serving two of the firm's pensioners, 1948 Wood Bros. cycle shop, Renshaw St, Liverpool. You could get a British bike for 2.10/- on the "never-never" in 1950 Mitchell Torok signing his record "When Mexico gave up the Rumba" in the Top Hat, Liverpool, 1957 Birkenhead Market was an important part of the fabric of the town in 1950 when this photo was taken. A family living and working on their narrow-boat near Liverpool in the 1930s
Packing Pholcodine Syrup, 1959 Birkenhead Market interior, 1956 Kirby's car showroom, Renshaw Street, Liverpool, 1962 Geneva Motors, Derby Road, Bootle, 1960 Queen Square, Liverpool, with the Royal Court Theatre, 1962 Longboat traveller family near Liverpool, 1930s
Packing winchesters of Pholcodine Syrup in 1959, It is still in use today as a cough suppressant Sweeping up by the "Nut Corner" in the old Birkenhead Market, 1956 Kirby's cars, Renshaw Street, Liverpool, 1962. A Sunbeam Rapier could be yours for 1087.13/11d Geneva Motors, Derby Rd, Bootle, 1960. Drive a Brighton-built 3-wheel Isetta for 5gns deposit A Fruit Market beside the Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool, in 1962 before the area was "improved" Taken in the 1930s, this photo could easily have been taken any time over the previous 100 years
Mixing powdered glucose for use in Pholcodine, 1959 Sumlock calculator, later Comptometer, 1956 Aindow's Ice Cream Parlour, 155 Kensington, Liverpool, 1950 Woods radio & TV showroom Liverpool, 1952 Woods radio & TV showroom Liverpool, 1952 Woods cycle showroom with Power Pak motors, Liverpool, 1952
Measuring out glucose for pharmaceutical use in 1959. Not many nods to "Elfin Safety" here! Using a Sumlock calculator, (later called a Comptometer) in 1956. Concert pianists only need apply! Aindow's Ice Cream Parlour, 155 Kensington, Liverpool, in 1950 Wood's Radio & TV Showroom Woods radio & TV showroom, Liverpool, 1952. The K.B. television was 99 Guineas or 22/- weekly Woods cycle showroom with "Power Pak" add-on motors for your bike, Liverpool, 1952
Fashion Parade in a works canteen, 1948 Fils Bar, Park Place, Liverpool 8, 1948 Vernons Pool checkers, Liverpool, 1948 Welfare Food Centre inside T.J. Hughes, Liverpool, 1955 Drive-through Bank, Princes Road, Liverpool, 1959 Go to Page:
A Fashion Parade in English Electric's works canteen, 1948 Fils Bar in Park Place, Liverpool 8, in 1948. Tea was 3d., Coffee 4d. and Beans on Toast 10d. The army of girls need to check Vernons Pools Coupons in 1948 before automation A Welfare Foods stand in T.J. Hughes, Liverpool in 1955. Dried Egg or Cod Liver Oil anyone? A surprisingly early experiment in Drive-through banking, Princes Rd, Liverpool in 1959