This article is a comparison of Liverpool and Hamburg
At first sight, Berlin and Manchester don’t seem to have much in common. Berlin a bright colourful
Now we'll travel into Liverpool city centre to our starting point. The standard Photo Walk starts at 10:30am or 2pm
I love architecture, old and new and these libraries are each remarkable in their own way. Can you identify them? So let's travel now into the city centre to our first library. Our first library was established in 1653
Know what you think.
Before we enter, I have two important pieces of information: First, there's been a name change. It was: The Museum of Science and Industry now it's: The Science and Industry Museum and the second thing is: in mid-2021, the museum is being renovated. There's a multi-million pound restoration project in progress, so many parts of the museum are closed, including the Grade 1 listed Liverpool Road station, the world's oldest surviving terminal railway station
This is East Float, part of the Wirral Waters development, and by the Mersey, 12 Quays ferry terminal. Soon the sun is obscured by an early morning bank of cloud but it will soon be gone. This is the view north towards the cranes of Liverpool Docks, over the landing stage at Seacombe
Tour around the unesco designated area of central liverpool and we’ll look at how dresden has suffered since delisting.
We’ll ask the question: We’re going to go on a tour around the UNESCO designated area and we’ll start in the docks to the north. This is Stanley Dock. On the left, the Titanic Hotel and on the right, the Tobacco Warehouse
Area and we get to solve a couple of them, for instance who is the princess after whom princess road was named? others remain unsolved.
planned, in progress, completed or stalled. It was an eye-opener, or as we say in German, es war ein 'Aha-Erlebnis' it. German 'aha!' experience
Our cycle ride to view construction projects will take us north on Wilmslow Road
along the so-called Oxford Rd corridor and into the heart of Manchester city centre. We'll look at plans for the Toast Rack, visit a new groundscraper and on this site, I'll conjure up an architecturally significant building, constructed in 1911 and needlessly destroyed in 1974
A many times, including via thomas cook airlines, now sadly gone.
Other airlines are opening up with new routes, including Aer Lingus, I'd love to take that flight. In this article we'll look at the hidden connections between Manchester and New York, we'll explore the similarities in architecture, we'll capture the streets in the Northern. Quarter that became New York for film shoots and the roads in Trafford Park with New York-style street names