Day 144: Hoylake to Hooton – Mersey & Port

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England, Merseyside

Seascape I, Wallasey Embankment, Merseyside.

Concrete runner, Wallasey Embankment, Merseyside.

Seascape II, Wallasey Embankment, Merseyside.

Seascape III, Wallasey Embankment, Merseyside.

The Black Pearl pirate ship, built unfunded by Frank Lund & Major Mace, New Brighton, Merseyside.

Port of Liverpool from New Brighton, Merseyside.

Floral Pavilion Theatre, New Brighton, Merseyside.

Liverpool2, a deep-water container terminal at the Port of Liverpool, Merseyside.

Mooring bollard, Birkenhead Docks, Merseyside.

Central Hydraulic Tower and Engine House, Birkenhead Docks, Merseyside.

Mersey Tunnel Art Deco ventilation tower, Birkenhead, Merseyside.

Wreck of the RV Sarsia at East Float Dock in Birkenhead, Merseyside.

Royal Liver Building & the Mersey Ferry terminal from Birkenhead, Merseyside.

Cammell Laird shipbuilding yard, Birkenhead, Merseyside.

Pier Head from Birkenhead. Merseyside. L to R: The Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building, The Port of Liverpool Building & The Museum of Liverpool.

Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral & Liverpool Anglican Cathedral from Bebington, Merseyside.

Stanlow Oil Refinery from Bebington, Merseyside.

 

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2 thoughts on “Day 144: Hoylake to Hooton – Mersey & Port”

  1. Merseyside is a visual feast, I could have spent weeks there taking snaps. Nice to see your proper photos. Interested to see the cranes, my Great-Grandfather was a millwright from Tranmere, he was killed when a crane he was fixing was blown into Liverpool docks. Looking forward to you reaching Norfolk (but I think you’ve quite a way to go!) bw A

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