Urban Explorer Finds Abandoned John Lennon Mothers Home

Liverpool has some of the worlds greatest historic places.

The Beatles was once the biggest rock and roll group in the world.

A Cumbrian Urban Explorer has found a derelict building in a small part of Liverpool that even the biggest Beatles fans wouldn’t of known the History about the connection between the Mansion and Julia Johns mother.

Julia Lennon (Johns mother) was housed here in early 1945 and gave birth to Johns half-sister here, Victoria Elizabeth Lennon, on 19th June 1945.

Louis Dee Vlogs a urban explorer posted him and his girlfriend exploring the now run down abandoned mansion and the Beatles fans did not believe it was true.

The urban explorer stated that the building is in a very bad way and not to be visited, but after the wonderful staircase and architectural designs throughout the building it’s just hard not too!

Originally called ‘Elmswood House’, this Tudor Gothic style manor house was built in the 1850’s and consists of 3.8 acres. It was extended in 1878 for a cotton merchant, Nicholas Duckworth.

In 1940 it became a maternity and women’s home for the Salvation Army, ‘Elmswood Women’s Social Services Centre’ from January 1940.

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