Coronation Street set abandoned and unloved in eerie last images


Barlow’s Buys, the old Rovers and Fred’s butchers shop were all still standing …

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Lost Coronation Street set abandoned and unloved in eerie last images

These eerie photos show how the Coronation Street set was left when the show moved to Salford Quays in 2013.

Underworld and Barlow’s Buys are a shell of their former glory with only a few discarded boxes remaining.

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But the terraces next to the pub were fake, with brick false walls at the front, which were propped up by scaffolding behind.

In 1968 the full set was completely constructed with the terraces, Weatherfield Police Station, the taxi rank and the adjacent street where you would go on to find Elliot’s Butchers, the kebab shop (Originally a chippy) and the builder’s yard.

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Bootle Covid-19 hoax-claim salon to be visited by police

A beauty salon that banned coronavirus talk and said Covid-19 does not exist is being investigated by police.

Skin Kerr salon in Bootle put posters in its window and posted online stating masks weren’t being worn by staff as “you can’t catch what doesn’t exist”.

Merseyside Police said officers would visit the salon on Aintree Road to “remind” the owner and staff of their responsibilities around Covid-19.

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Sefton Council said its environmental health team will also visit and the owners are due to meet with the council on Wednesday.

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“If the situation cannot be resolved satisfactorily during this meeting, and we are not satisfied that measures to keep customers and staff safe are in place, we will consider taking formal enforcement action,” she said.

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BGT dancer, 15, thanks Simon Cowell for paying for back surgery

Julia Carlile, who is part of the dance troupe MerseyGirls, has scoliosis, a back condition where the spine is curved to one side.

Cowell appeared to offer her financial help when he said: “Whatever happens, we’ll make sure you’re all right.”

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Julia, of West Kirby, Merseyside wrote on Twitter: “Second surgery was a success! Now on the road to recovery. Thankyou @SimonCowell @CowellOnline #strong #recovery #fighter”

MerseyGirls were Alesha Dixon’s golden buzzer act, which meant that they went straight through to the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.

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