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15 February 2008 by Karen

aerial view looking down on a city with a river and the sea in the distance

View from the top of Liverpool Cathedral

Chris from the learning team at the National Conservation Centre has been to the top of Liverpool Cathedral (featured in the previous post oddly enough) and taken this snap of the view east-ish, out over the river to the Wirral and the Irish Sea beyond in the haze. You can see a larger version on our Flickr page (I’ve linked to the large version so you can see the detail but there are other sizes to view as well).

The taller red cranes mark the site of the Grosvenor/Liverpool One development, then to the left and towards the river you can see more red cranes around the emerging Museum of Liverpool. The Liverpool Echo are planning to do a month-by-month video update on the museum’s building progress, with the first on the Echo website now.

If you’ve not been to the top of the cathedral it’s well worth going on a nice day, if a bit windy. The view is fabulous. There’s a lift part of the way up.

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