The old Liverpool landing stage at the Pier Head taken in 1972, the ferry is The Royal Daffodil. If you have seen my photograph of the Pigeon Lady within my ...

The old Liverpool landing stage at the Pier Head taken in the ferry is The Royal Daffodil. If you have seen my photograph of the Pigeon Lady within my .

The Strand in Liverpool is depicted here in 1907 and shows the exquisite Port of Liverpool building aside a cavernous and water-filled St George’s Dock. The outstanding design was the new headquarters for the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board and cost an enormous £ 350,000 to build. The Royal Liver Building, opened in 1911 and at 90m high it was the tallest building in the city for several decades and its clock face is the largest in Britain, as are the hands, which are even bigger than Big…

The Strand in Liverpool is depicted here in 1907 and shows the exquisite Port of…

Pier Head 1971

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World's first electric overhead railway, Liverpool 1893...

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https://flic.kr/p/i9Ley4 | The Liverpool overhead railway | Who would have thought in 2013 a new and unpublished picture of the Liverpool overhead railway would come to light? Peter's picture is taken at an area known as Georges Dock Gates near James Street station. The train is a 27 from Seaforth and Litherland and is heading for Dingle. The railway opened in 1893 and closed 30th December 1956 a victim of the high cost of repairs. The road view gives a good snapshot of 1950's Britain…

“Liverpool Overhead Railway at Georges Dock Gates. The train is heading for Dingle in early

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