Monthly Archives: December 2019


Canning Dock, Liverpool

Canning Dock, Liverpool is at the northern part of the Royal Albert Dock complex and a popular area with tourists and locals alike Canning Dock is located at the northern end of the Royal Albert […]

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Olympia Furnishing Co, 55-59 West Derby Road, Liverpool in 2004

Once a thriving area, this was the last shop standing in the Everton part of West Derby Road. Closed around 2009. The Dunkeld Pub was attached to the building in the left of the shot, […]

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Tom Murphy sculpture of Billy Fury, Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool

Billy Fury sculpture on a foggy Liverpool morning by the River Mersey Hard to believe now, but there was a huge pop star before The Beatles and that was Billy Fury, real name Ronald Wycherley. […]

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Christmas at Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool

Liver Bird in lights and a rare Liverpool “Special” post box at night The Royal Albert Dock in Liverpool looks wonderful in this Christmas season. There is another Liver Bird in lights next to nearby […]

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Liverpool Cathedral at night

The amazing architecture of Liverpool Cathedral Liverpool Anglican Cathedral was designed by Giles Gilbert Scott. It was constructed between 1904 and 1978 and is the longest cathedral in the world at 207 yards (189 m) […]

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Princes Dock, Liverpool at night

The Liverpool waterfront has gone through an amazing transformation over the past 20 years. This is Princes Dock Princes Dock, Liverpool at night. Malmaison Hotel and Royal Liver Building. Princes Dock was named after the […]

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Port of Liverpool Building, Pier Head

Built between 1904 and 1907 with a reinforced concrete frame and a Portland Stone cladding, it is one of best examples of Liverpool architecture. The Port of Liverpool Building is currently the best lit up […]

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Liverpool Collegiate School, Shaw Street, Everton

Now apartments, Liverpool Collegiate School was opened by William Gladstone on 6th January 1843 as a fee paying school. It’s facade was pink Woolton sandstone from the same quarry that was used to construct Liverpool Cathedral.

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