EPW023588 ENGLAND (1928). The Three Graces, Liverpool, 1928. This image has been produced from a copy-negative.

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Details

Title [EPW023588] The Three Graces, Liverpool, 1928. This image has been produced from a copy-negative.
Reference EPW023588
Date September-1928
Link
Place name LIVERPOOL
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 333914, 390334
Longitude / Latitude -2.994182973607, 53.40542077953
National Grid Reference SJ339903

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The David Lewis Northern Hospital eventually demolished to make way for the new Liverpool underground train network that opened 3rd May 1977. The last departure from Liverpool Exchange Station was at 23.35 on Friday 29th April 1977: a special service to mark the station's closure. It ran the short distance to Liverpool Lime Street Station.

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Friday 23rd of April 2021 03:57:34 PM
Vehicle carrying Mersey Ferry these ran until the Queensway (The Old) Mersey Tunnel was opened in 1934..

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Friday 23rd of April 2021 03:51:14 PM
Site of what was to be in a couple of years the MerseyTunnel ventilation building.

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Friday 23rd of April 2021 03:47:07 PM
re building martins bank

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Thursday 11th of February 2021 11:42:50 AM