Liverpool brochure issued by The Liverpool Organisation, c1930 by mikeyashworth,

Liverpool brochure issued by The Liverpool Organisation, -Ferry cross the Mersey cos this land the place I love, and here i'll stay.

Liverpool Monuments: Beatles, John Lennon leaning against the wall of the building which stands where the Cavern Club used to, in Matthew Street. The wall behind the statue is engraved with the names of all the artistes who appeared at the Cavern

Liverpool Monuments: Beatles, John Lennon leaning against the wall of the building which stands where the Cavern Club used to, in Matthew Street. The wall behind the statue is engraved with the names of all the artistes who appeared at the Cavern.

Liverpool Lime Street station, Liverpool. The iron and glass roof dates from the 1880's. This has the most beautiful and usual curved layout and is so open and bright.

This is Paddington Station, London built by I K Brunel. This photo is often wrongly pinned as London Liverpool Street or Liverpool Lime Street Station!

Liverpool Cathedral, Cheshire, England

Liverpool Cathedral, Cheshire, England One of my favourite cathedrals anywhere. while i agree with you, Liverpool Cathedral has always been firmly in Liverpool, where it still stands today. Cheshire while in the North is a whole different place.

Mersey Anchor.  Parked outside the Maritime Museum within the Albert Dock area, Liverpool.  The little sign reads "In the interest of safety, please do not climb on this exhibit!"...that's just too tempting!

Parked outside the Maritime Museum within the Albert Dock area, Liverpool. The little sign reads "In the interest of safety, please do not climb on this exhibit!that's just too tempting.

Penny Lane, Liverpool, England (Lived here).

Penny Lane, Liverpool, England---Took the Beatle tour visiting many sites of the famed group's hometown. Loved seeing Eleanor Rigby's grave, Strawberry Field, the Cavern Club along with their boyhood homes.

Royal Liver Building - Liverpool, England. Went to Liverpool last Easter, great city.

kicks off the launch of the Maritime, Logistics and Energy Event on June 100 guests will gather in the atrium of Liverpool’s magnificent Royal Liver Building with special guest speaker Sir Michael Bibby, managing director of Bibby Line Group.

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