Category Archives: architecture


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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Bramley Moore Dock, Liverpool, 2006

Location of the proposed new Everton FC Stadium West Bramley Moore Dock shed, looking south to Liverpool West Bramley Moore Dock shed, Liverpool I found these 2006 Liverpool shots of the area around Bramley Moore […]

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Granada Studios, Albert Dock, Liverpool 2001

Granada Studios and former Dock Office, Albert Dock, Liverpool in 2001. I found this image of the former Dock Office in Albert Dock on an old hard drive. This is where This Morning with Richard […]

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Strategy of Liverpool City Council for the reactivation and reuse of Wellington Rooms

The Wellington Rooms is a neo classical building on Brownlow Hill. Designed by Edmund Aikin and built in 1816, it was a subscription hall that was popular with the well off in Liverpool, where meetings […]

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Yorkshire House, 18 Chapel Street, Liverpool

I was walking through Rumford Place, Liverpool recently and this limestone building on the corner of Chapel Street caught my eye. It’s the former Yorkshire Building Society, built in the mid 1920s. It was unoccupied […]

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