Dockers Clock by Rod Burkey at PicturesofEngland.com
This very rare example of an hexagonal clock tower, dating back to 1848, stands in Salisbury Dock, Liverpool. Taken 11.55 on 8th January 2009. At this time of the year the sun never really is overhead. - Liverpool at PicturesofEngland.com where you can explore the beautiful country of England with photos, history, facts, maps and more.
The Coolest Coffee Shop
I think this is the nicest coffee shop in Liverpool - certainly beats the local Costa or Starbucks for the ambience. It's even waitress service and the Capuccinno is wonderful. While in there the receipt roll and the cash register jammed so as they couldn't fix it immediately, we got our coffee's 'on the house'. Look at that wonderful architecture. It's a beautiful building. ( www.creativephotobook.co.uk - a completely free online photography book )
Inside St Lukes Church Liverpool bombed in 1941
This church in the middle of Liverpool was destroyed in the second world war en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_St_Luke,_Liverpool www.finest-hour.net/articles.php?article=2 www.stlukeliverpool.co.uk/#/the-destruction/4551084932