Liverpool (1) The Albert Docks, Salthouse Dock, Canning Dock and Wapping Dock Area
The Albert Dock was built between 1841 and 1846 and has been developed into a major tourist attraction in the great City of Liverpool.
Albert Dock - the block on the left houses several museums
The fine rows, pillars and arches of the Albert Dock
'The Three Graces' from the Albert Dock.
The might pillars of the colonnades of the quayside of Albert Dock.
The Albert Dock with the entrance to the Tate Modern on the right.
The old tug boat called BROCKLEBANK, I remember this tugboat working on the River Mersey in the 1960s
The entrance to the Tate Modern Art Gallery
Some older boats in Albert Dock.
The sailing ship Kathleen & May tied up in Canning Dock, with the old pumphouse chimney in the background
The De Wadden in Canning dry dock, she was built in 1917 as a trading ship carrying coal, timber, stone and grain between the Port of Liverpool and ports in Ireland from 1922 and 1961. She was Dutch built, with both sails and engine in 1917 by Gebr van Diepen of Waterhuizen in the Netherlands and was the last ship working on the Mersey using sails and a fine piece of Liverpool's marine heritage.
The Mann Island Development of Liverpool's 'premier' apartments
Canning Dock and the buildings of the Mann Island properties.
Above & below: The 'retired' BAR Mersey Bar Lightship Planet? and Channel Light Vessel No 23 in Canning Dock. She was built in 1960 at Dartmouth. Beyond stands some very 'modern' apartments-flats and a gym!
Canning Dock, on the right the retired BAR lightship and beyond the pumphouse and chimney..
Some modern flats housing a gym on the apex of the lower floors by Canning Dock
Barges moored in Salthouse Dock, with the Pier Head and man Island buildings beyond.
Salthouse Dock and the pillars of the grand entrance portico of Albert Dock.
Warehouses at Wapping Dock
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LIVERPOOL INDEX: Liverpool (1) The Albert Dock, Salthouse Dock, Canning Dock and Wapping Dock Area Liverpool (2) The Pierhead and 'Three Graces' Buildings Area Liverpool (3) The 'NEW' Museum of Liverpool Liverpool (4) The Maritime Museum and The International Museum of Slavery Liverpool (5) Lime Street Station, Mount Pleasant and University Area Liverpool (6) Bold Street Area, Bluecoat School Chambers and St Luke's Church Liverpool (7) The Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King & Crypt Liverpool (8) The Anglican Cathedral Liverpool (9) A Miscellany of Buildings Liverpool (10) St George's Hall Area & William Brown Street Liverpool (11) The Walker Art Gallery Liverpool (12) The World Museum Liverpool (13) YHA Youth Hostel and some places to eat and drink Liverpool (14) A Ferry Trip on the River Mersey Ferryboat the ROYAL IRIS
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