Museum of Liverpool by day

23 October 2007 by Karen

a building site next to a river

Thought this snap of the Museum of Liverpool building site was a nice contrast with Sam’s sunrise photo from the other morning. So much going on and really vibrant, contrasting colours. You get a better idea of the progress made.

If you’re not familiar with the site you are looking from the Maritime Museum area north west (ish) towards the Pier Head. You can see the graving docks in the foreground, and Wallasey across the river on the Wirral. There’s a ferry boat at the landing stage.

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