Saturday, September 09, 2006

The Mole of Edge Hill

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Kay Smith talks about the history and work currently
going on with Williamson Tunnels.

Story Link:

www.williamsontunnels.co.uk

4 comments:

sharingfragments said...

hi, thanks for the comment on thedelicatemuseum.. i;m sooo happy there's a liverpool vlog out there.. i used to live in waterloo!
now i've got to sit down and watch the rest fo the videos...

Tim Brunsden said...

Hi - thanks for that - I actually live in Waterloo now - small world eh?

bibby said...

loved this story i used to live in paddington gardens mason street.When we were kids my brothers used to tell me they played in the tunnels in the 1960s but wouldnt let us follow them and they said they wrote there names on walls there.It must have been these tunnels because there were army barracks in our street and houses on the other side of our tenements and i remember when we were kids then and me mum used to say that in the houses thepeople who lived in them could here knocking noises underneath the cellars and some could see these tunnels but didnt know that they were the williamson tunnels.I used to love living in these tenements when i was a kid and you could see all the welsh mountains and new brighton tower and the cathedrals the view was brillaint and then when i hear the stories of the williamson tunnels and am so proud to have been born and bred in paddington gardens the best years of my life.

jon said...

Hi i grew up in that area i knew the tunnels were thire but only seen them from the out side i really want to go and take the tour to understand it more as im born and bread in lpool its allways nice to find out about are history and learn are past well done liverpool