This site would benefit from your input, so if you know of anything which should be included on this site, for example in the Liverpool History Map, then get in touch at martin [at] historic-liverpool.co.uk, and I’ll put your name on the relevant page. If you have photographs you’re willing to release under a Creative Commons License, then so much the better!
I am also on Twitter: @histliverpool. Tweet me!
Who do I think I am?
My name is Martin Greaney, and I did my undergraduate studies (BA Archaeology and Prehistory) at Sheffield Uni, and stayed there to do my MA in Landscape Archaeology. After completing this, and not being satisfied with 8 hours of archaeological work per day, I decided to put my knowledge of my city of birth down on paper (or screen). So here we are!
I am also the author of Liverpool: A landscape history, which is a book telling the story of Liverpool and Merseyside through the development of the landscape, from the ice age to the 21st century. You can pick up a copy from all the usual outlets, or direct from this website on the Liverpool History Bookshop page.