Glorious Liverpool

The city that has so much

to offer the unwary who strays

off the most obvious and most frequented:


From inside the Stanley Tobacco Warehouse looking out.

14 thoughts on “Meanwhile:

  1. Well found, nicely framed and interesting that this time you have made the choice for colour instead of B and W. This is how the ugly can be beautiful !

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  2. Nice! Glad to see there are still some colourful views to be had – I get Hull radio here (tho I live 60+ miles away) they were talking about all the old dockside buildings there, it sounds a lot like Liverpool before the redevelopments, I keep thinking it might be a good time to get down there and see what good photos one might get – also saw a great online article about derelict buildings in Sheffield, such as factories and even a large church, very inspired series!

    Here, I just found the page 🙂

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      • Yes, I’m sure thats right – I might go have a gander in hull when the weather warms up, but as you say, access is likely to be a problem. Even so, it would be good to document some of these buildings before they go, or get turned int modern flats or something

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