Dockers Clock by Rod Burkey at PicturesofEngland.com
This very rare example of an hexagonal clock tower, dating back to 1848, stands in Salisbury Dock, Liverpool. Taken 11.55 on 8th January 2009. At this time of the year the sun never really is overhead. - Liverpool at PicturesofEngland.com where you can explore the beautiful country of England with photos, history, facts, maps and more.
Flashback: The days of the famous Liverpool Overhead Railway (GALLERY)
TO mark the 120th anniversary of its opening and the creation of a new ECHO online gallery of more than 60 historic pictures – now available on our website – Flashback is today celebrating the proud history of the much-missed Liverpool Overhead Railway.
The Tommy White Album
Sir Thomas White Gardens, St. Domingo Road, Everton, Liverpool 5 The McCartneys in Everton (1945-1947) St. Domingo Road, Everton at the time the McCartneys lived here. The chimneys of "Tommy Whites" are visible on the top left of the hill. Taken almost from the same position as the previous photo but dating from the 1960s after the trams were taken out of service Upon leaving R.O.F. Kirkby Jim McCartney’s next job brought him back into Liverpool, to Everton where he had grown up. Unable to…