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Liverpool Anglican Cathedral - Geograph - 1021598.jpg
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Childwall Fiveways - Geograph - 40886.jpg
Childwall Fiveways
Upper Parliament Street - Geograph - 1688534.jpg
Upper Parliament Street
Churchill Way Flyover, Liverpool - Coppermine - 11831.jpg
Churchill Way Flyover, Liverpool

Apparently doomed to die soon - so maybe worth a memorial win? ;-)

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 18, 2007 by Bryn666
The Rocket Liverpool.jpg
'The Rocket', Liverpool, in the rain.
A561 Around New Mersey Retail Park - Coppermine - 6175.jpg
A561 Around New Mersey Retail Park

Over the last few years, the Liverpool Land Development Company and Speke Garston Regen' have improved the appearence of one of the main routes into the city from the south and the airport. In Liverpool, the junctions are at grade, many of which are signal controlled. However, there are some roundabouts around here too.

Most of the Dual Carrageways in the city are lit by tall columns with MRL6's. However, this is likely to not be the case when Edge Lane is widened.

Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 31, 2006 by wallasey
1970's Merseyside - RAC Map - Coppermine - 4342.jpg
1970's Merseyside - RAC Map

Note the M531 and the long M57 spur - extending to the A57 (shown as built, aswell!) Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jan 01, 2006 by DavidBrown This page includes a scan of a non-free copyrighted map, and the copyright for it is most likely held by the company or person that produced the map. It is believed that the use of a limited number of web-resolution scans qualifies as fair use under United Kingdom copyright law, where this web page is hosted, as such display does not significantly impede the right of the copyright holder to sell the copyrighted material, is not being used to generate profit in this context, and presents information that cannot be exhibited otherwise.
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M58 - Coppermine - 643.jpg
M58

The M58 extending further west than Switch Island Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 14, 2005 by Jonathan B4027

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Liverpool and tunnel - Coppermine - 628.jpg
Liverpool and tunnel

Mapping error showing one of the tunnels as motorway Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Apr 14, 2005 by Jonathan B4027

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Renshaw Street, Liverpool (C) Kevin Gordon - Geograph - 978005.jpg
Renshaw Street, Liverpool (C) Kevin Gordon
Taken on a Sunday evening, with St George's Hall in the distance.
James Street, Liverpool (C) Malc McDonald - Geograph - 3229331.jpg
James Street, Liverpool (C) Malc McDonald
James Street in the centre of Liverpool.
Chancery House, Paradise Street,... (C) Stephen Richards - Geograph - 2860820.jpg
Chancery House, Paradise Street,... (C) Stephen Richards
Virulently red and with a jolly roofline of octagonal towers and stepped gables. By James Strong, 1899. Grade II listed.
Originally the Gordon Smith Institute for Seamen, containing library, reading room and assembly hall, it was converted to offices in 1980-82.
Canning Place, Liverpool (C) Kenneth Allen - Geograph - 2976417.jpg
Canning Place, Liverpool (C) Kenneth Allen
Heading WSW
Castle Street, Liverpool (C) Malc McDonald - Geograph - 3229334.jpg
Castle Street, Liverpool (C) Malc McDonald
Castle Street, in the centre of Liverpool. The building at the far end of the street is Liverpool's town hall.
North John Street, 1988 (C) Keith Edkins - Geograph - 888477.jpg
North John Street, 1988 (C) Keith Edkins
The Midland Hotel Liverpool (C) Richard Hoare - Geograph - 2052871.jpg
The Midland Hotel Liverpool (C) Richard Hoare
On Ranelagh Street, this is a Grade II listed building dating back to the 1800's. Next door and to the right is the Central, both of which are opposite Central Station.
Mann Island (C) Richard Hoare - Geograph - 3396300.jpg
Mann Island (C) Richard Hoare
With the reflection of the Port of Liverpool Authority building.
Hargreaves Buildings, Chapel Street,... (C) Stephen Richards - Geograph - 2846611.jpg
Hargreaves Buildings, Chapel Street,... (C) Stephen Richards
A very distinguished and richly-textured stone facade with rows of arched windows, granite columns and tracery (<a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2846618'>SJ3490 : Detail of Hargreaves Buildings, Chapel Street, Liverpool</a>). Between the ground-floor windows are roundels depicting explorers of the Americas, including Cortez and Columbus. Built 1859 to the designs of J.A. Picton. Grade II listed.
Built as a bank, it now houses the Racquet Club Hotel and Ziba restaurant.
Liverpool Moorfields railway station,... (C) Nigel Thompson - Geograph - 3266649.jpg
Liverpool Moorfields railway station,... (C) Nigel Thompson
Opened in 1977 as part of the linking together of the former termini station in Liverpool, creating one north-south through line. In the background can be seen the frontage of Exchange station, which the new underground station replaced.
Leeds Street, Liverpool (C) JThomas - Geograph - 2681372.jpg
Leeds Street, Liverpool (C) JThomas
Cycleway in Myrtle Street (C) Raymond Knapman - Geograph - 2075762.jpg
Cycleway in Myrtle Street (C) Raymond Knapman
Liverpool, Tunnel Road - Geograph - 4955897.jpg
Liverpool, Tunnel Road
Upper Warwick Street looking towards Princes Road junction. - Geograph - 1711881.jpg
Upper Warwick Street looking towards Princes Road junction.
Old General Post Office Building, Victoria St - Geograph - 304417.jpg
Old General Post Office Building, Victoria St This Victoria Street building, designed by Henry Tanner, was specially constructed as a general post office between 1894 and 1899. The building, originally resembled a French chateau with gables, chimneys and pavilion roofs but unfortunately, the upper floors were damaged in the Second World War, and the interior was gutted after the Post Office moved in the 1970's. The surviving shell has been converted into the new Met Centre, full of designer shops, the modern front entrance being in Whitechapel.
End of the M 62 - Geograph - 1538999.jpg
End of the M 62 End of the M 62 at Broadgreen
Switch Island Junction - Geograph - 3145261.jpg
Switch Island Junction
A5052 - Liverpool.jpg
This sign is in Liverpool and has features that includes a lane that goes to an underground car park for the ONE centre.
Liverpool Street Lighting 1.jpg
Liverpool, coming out of the Birkenhead Tunnel. Big tall columns with unique styled brackets and 3 lanterns. Im not sure what the lanterns are but I think I was once told they're by Urbis.
Liverpool Street Lighting 2.jpg
Liverpool, coming out of the Birkenhead Tunnel. Big tall columns with unique styled brackets and 3 lanterns. Im not sure what the lanterns are but I think I was once told they're by Urbis.
Liverpool Street Lighting 3.jpg
Liverpool, coming out of the Birkenhead Tunnel. Big tall columns with unique styled brackets and 3 lanterns. Im not sure what the lanterns are but I think I was once told they're by Urbis.
View from St Johns Beacon - Churchill Way and A57 Elevated Section - Geograph - 4453551.jpg
View from St John's Beacon - Churchill Way and A57 Elevated Section The Radio City viewing gallery at St John’s Beacon provides excellent panoramic views of the city and beyond (http://www.radiocity.co.uk/local/radio-city-viewing-gallery/ Radio City).
Byrom Street (A59) - Geograph - 2681636.jpg
Byrom Street (A59)
Liverpool City Centre, A57 Elevated Section, Churchill Way - Geograph - 4454186.jpg
Liverpool City Centre, A57 Elevated Section, Churchill Way
A59 from William Brown Street - Geograph - 5380459.jpg
A59 from William Brown Street Looking across the A59 from the bottom of the pedestrianised William Brown Street.
European Endeavour, River Mersey - Geograph - 3786341.jpg
European Endeavour, River Mersey The Dublin to Liverpool P&O ro-ro ferry enters the River Mersey. Seaforth Radar Tower is to the background right of the image.
IMG 5736.JPG Urbis St Gilis Liverpool.jpg
Vintage style street lights with Urbis St Gilis lanterns in Liverpool. The main road is Lime Street, just outside the railway station.
IMG 5827.JPG A561 Liverpool.jpg
A561 heading out of Liverpool. Can't see that well in the image, but these are actually white silver coloured Philips Lumas, which is quite rare to see in the UK.
IMG 5828.JPG A562 Merseyside.jpg
A562 heading out of Liverpool. Can't see that well in the image, but these are actually white silver coloured Philips Lumas, which is quite rare to see in the UK.
IMG 5810.JPG Riverside Drive Liverpool.jpg
Summer of 2018. Riverside Drive in Liverpool, heading south and away from the city centre. The street lights are using a very rare lantern with no title, produced by Phosco in the 1980s.
IMG 5744.JPG Queensway Tunnel Liverpool.jpg
Queensway Tunnel, underneath Liverpool.
IMG 5758.PNG Byrom Street Roundabout Liverpool.jpg
Byrom Street, Liverpool. Coming up on to the roundabout, along with the iconic St John's Beacon/Radio City Tower visible in the background.
IMG 5759.PNG Liverpool City Roundabout.jpg
The roundabout is the centre of Liverpool, just of Byrom Street. St John's Beacon/Radio City Tower visible in the background.
IMG 5757.PNG Liverpool Early 2018.jpg
Mount Pleasant, Liverpool. Photo from February 2018. Iconic St John's Beacon/Radio City Tower seen in the distance.
IMG 5741.JPG Liverpool Mount Pleasant.jpg
Mount Pleasant, Liverpool. Photos from February 2018. Heading slightly down-hill, with the St John's Beacon/City Radio Tower in the distance.
IMG 5733.JPG Hardie Jewel Liverpool.jpg
Hardie Jewel lantern in Liverpool, outside the Liver Building. Apart from Liverpool and Bedfordshire, these lanterns are not very common or used much around the rest of the UK. Very unique looking and some of the only few LEDs that appear to have a similar look to the old LPS/SOX style.
JPG image Thorn Alpha 3 wall lights Liverpool.jpg
Wall-mounted Thorn Alpha 3 lanterns in Liverpool, outside the Liver Building.
IMG 5721.JPG 0ld Liverpool Concretes.jpg
Concrete columns with WRTL MRL6s and Thorn Alpha 3 lanterns. Victoria Street, Liverpool.

 
 
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