Photographs of Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’ by Paul Sutton. Another Place is a collection of 100 cast iron figurative sculptures by artist Antony Gormley that was installed at Crosby Beach, England.

This is one of 100 cast iron figure sculptures created by artist Antony Gormley and installed at Crosby Beach, England. The giant figures each weigh upward of lbs and were installed across a span of the shoreline nearly two miles long!

Rea's tug "Dongarth", Liverpool landing stage 1958

Rea's tug "Dongarth" moored at the Liverpool landing stage on Saturday Camera:- Kodak Brownie 127

Anthony Gormley's Another Place -one hundred statues staring out to see on Crosby beach not too far from me.     Sometime you go there and scouse wits have added towels and beach shorts to them, but they just stand resolutely regardless

Another Place by Antony Gormley, Body Cast of Artist, Liverpool, UK Photographic Print

Liverpool Landing Stage, Early 1900s

Every emigrant is examined personally and individually. The object of the Board of Trade official is to reject those persons who are prohibited from sailing under British law from a British port.

The Three Queens - Liverpool May 2015

The Three Queens pass the Liver building, Liverpool May

Dazzle Ships in Drydock at Liverpool  … Painting by Edward Wadsworth

Edward Alexander Wadsworth - Dazzle -ships in Drydock at Liverpool , 1919 Peter Saville - cover art for Dazzle Ships - album by Orc.

Ship AIS. Live shipping GPS tracking around the world :-) A map from the Mersey 10:55 15th April 2012

Live shipping GPS tracking around the world :-) A map from the Mersey April 2012

RMS "Atlantic" was a transatlantic ocean liner -White Star Line that operated between Liverpool, United Kingdom, & New York City, United States. During the ships 19th voyage, on 1 April 1873, it ran onto rocks and sank off the coast of Nova Scotia, killing at least 535 people and the greatest disaster for the White Star Line prior to the loss of Titanic 39 years later.

The ton, four-masted steam ship RMS Atlantic sank on April 1873 after hitting rocks off Nova Scotia, Canada.

"Bidston" (built 1933) Princes landing stage 1958

"Bidston" (built 1933) Princes landing stage 1958