The old wall at the Aigburth Road end of Lark Lane showing local sandstone and a bricked up section.
The old fire station in Lark Lane.
Christ Church School on Lark Lane.
Just off Lark Lane is a hidden partly cobbled narrow road of historical delights called Hadassah Grove which leads to some of the most elegant early nineteenth century houses in this part of Liverpool.
The entrance to Hadassah Grove reveals two posts (one shown here).
The Police Station. It was here that Florence Maybrick was held while the Inquest took place into the death of her husband James Maybrick at Garston Reading Rooms in June 1889.
The window to the cell that Florence was held in. The old Police Station is open for visits and tours.
A document referring to the interment of the late Charles Maybrick in 1924.
All photos by Dr David Harrison
© Dr David Harrison 2017