June 16

in the docks of Liverpool

in the docks of Liverpool

one of the tall ships for the festival, used for training young people (this is the one that pranged the light standard on the way in!)

one of the tall ships for the festival, used for training young people (this is the one that pranged the light standard on the way in!)

Laid back day as I made ready for exit from Liverpool. Shopping for groceries, water in the tank, etc. I did discover yet another part of the city center that was different again: much of the ‘business’ buildings, rather than shopping. Still architecturally very diverse, yet all going together.

More photos of Liverpool:

the old (clock tower, the new (container dock in the distance) and the renewable. Very cool to be part of it all

the old (clock tower), the new (container dock in the distance) and the renewable. Very cool to be part of it all

The Pumphouse, now a pub, at Salthouse Dock

The Pumphouse, now a pub, at Salthouse Dock

Our Lady and St. Nicholas RC Church, Pierhead, where I rang

Our Lady and St. Nicholas RC Church, Pierhead, where I rang

Lightship, now a bar (!) in Canning Dock, as I get ready to leave

Lightship, now a bar (!) in Canning Dock, as I get ready to leave

About Ed Mortimer

I'm a retired school teacher, now living on my narrowboat in Britain. I'm touring as much of the canal and river system as I can. This blog describes what I do and where I've been
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One Response to June 16

  1. Tom says:

    I’m loving the photos your taking… Liverpool actually looks quite nice!

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