Changes at Smithdown Road


April 25, 1905
The upper portion of Smithdown Road is being rapidly transformed. In a week or two what is now a narrow and dangerous “bottle neck” will be a conveniently wide thoroughfare. Workmen are engaged taking a slice off the northern side by demolishing the end cottages of the streets running to Earle Road. At the apex of the triangle, between Smithdown Road and Earle Road, the Bank of Liverpool have erected a handsome branch establishment immediately at the back of the modest one shortly to be pulled down.
(Liverpool Daily Post: April 25, 1905)

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