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Liverpool Metropolitan Catholic


(Known by Scousers

as ``Paddys Wigwam)

The Cathedral is situated about half a mile

to the north.

The cathedrals are linked

by Hope Street , which takes its

name from William Hope, a

local merchant whose house stood

on the site now occupied by the

Philharmonic Hall , and was named

long before either cathedral was built




Roof Top View of Liverpool Showing St Johns

Tower With The Liver Buildings in the Background .

This Photo was taken from the top

 floor of John Moores Liverpool College of Art


















Chinese Archway entrance to Chinatown Liverpool

Built to commemorate the twinning of Shanghai with Liverpool

This magnificent archway is the largest Chinese archway in any Chinatown outside of mainland China it is 14 metres high and was built by craftsmen from Shanghai




Liverpool anglican Cathedral

built on St. James' Mount near the centre of the city: it is the seat of the Anglican Bishop of Liverpool Its official name is the Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool

Liverpool has 2 Cathedrals One anglican and one Roman Catholic They both located at either end of Hope street

This Photo of the Cathedral was taken from top floor of John Moores Liverpool College of Art



Banksy Rat street mural Liverpool

 Bluecoat Chambers Liverpool

 The Bluecoat was built by Bryan Blundell, a sea captain, as a residential charity school in Liverpool Blue Coat School Construction began in 1716 and the building, though still incomplete, soon opened as a school in 1718. By the following year it had 50 children, with room for 100 more, and construction was finally completed in 1725. Originally, the rear of the school resembled the front but in 1821 it was rebuilt giving it a convex-shaped elevation.


Bluecoat Chambers

Liverbird above entrance door










The Bluecoat

is a Grade I listed building





Jacksons in Slater Street

The oldest artists materials shop in Liverpool

Bluecoat Chambers

Showing the octagonal cupola with round-arched openings, attached Ionic columns and a copper cap with a finial.



John Lennon Mural in Seaforth / Litherland a Suburb of North Liverpool England . This Wonderful Mural of Beatle John Lennon was painted by Artists From Northern Ireland who also painted Some of the famous murals depicting the Troubles which can be seen in Citys and Towns of Northern Ireland.

Aintree Racecourse
Plaque to commemorate the unveiling of the Red Rum statue on 9th April 1988 by HRH The Princess Royal

Statue of Red Rum

by sculptor Philip Black

At Aintree Racecourse Liverpool

Aintree racecourse is home of the Grand National steeplechase, one of the most famous races in the world

Red Rum (bay gelding; 3 May 1965 – 18 October 1995) was a champion Thoroughbred steeplechaser.

The Grand National is a notoriously difficult race that has been described as "the ultimate test of a horse’s courage".

The winners bar
Aintree racecourse Liverpool

Red Rum achieved an unmatched historic treble when he won the Grand National in 1973, 1974 and 1977, and also came second in the two intervening years (1975 & 1976).

Red Rum's 1973 comeback victory from 30 lengths behind is often considered one of the greatest Grand Nationals in history.

Aintree racecourse Liverpool

Statue of Red Rum grand national winner

Statue of Red Rum at Aintree racecourse

View of Aintree racecourse Liverpool