It's half a century since a mass exodus changed the face of one of Britain's most famous cities forever. When the world focused on Liverpool in 1960, they were captivated by a music, fashion and cultural revolution inspired by the Beatles. What they didn't see was a street revolution unfolding that would end with some of Liverpool's most famous communities being wiped off the map. Up to 120,000 people were bulldozed out of spiritual heartland areas like Everton, Scottie Road, and Kirkdale, in the name of slum clearance. But these places were the stuff of legend and while houses and streets could be destroyed, memories couldn't. People will never forget the legendary Scottie Road with its pubs on every corner.They will always remember 'Greaty' which was the most exciting shopping experience in the city with its world-famous open air market.They will have a complete grasp of the famous football links and the religious divide between the Orange & the Green that is part of city folklore. The thousands who were dispatched to a variety of estates on the boundaries of the city became the Lost Tribe of Everton and Scottie RoadA", and this 50th anniversary book brings them home - providing a tantalising mental glimpse of their old streets, their neighbours, their friends, their past and the way it was A former sports editor of the Liverpool Echo, award-winning journalist and writer Ken Rogers grew up around the Everton and Scotland Road areas before embarking on a long and successful career in the industry. Ken is the author of several high profile titles.This one is written from the heart as he uses all his local knowledge to bring alive the golden memories of his childhood home.