Museum of Liverpool progress snaps

6 February 2009 by Karen

Sun on a large window and two men working on it

Lots more snaps in our Flickr set including this one of the sun on the south window.

The build continues to progress really well. The vertical limestone cladding is nearing completion, the main roof is finished, and the windows are almost all in. Internally, the staircase structure is complete, internal walls are making good progress, and innards like the electrics, plumbing and air handling units are well on their way.

It’s all really exciting, and judging by the number of people taking photos of the building (there’s just a few of them here in the public Flickr group) lots of people feel the same. If you’d like to add your snaps to the group please do.

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