Brick Street, LIVERPOOL, L1 0BN


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Brick Street, Liverpool
A prosaic working street with a less prosaic view Image
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 11 Jun 2015
0.01 miles
Former warehouse, Watkinson Street, Liverpool
One of several good late C19th examples in the area. This one looked as if it was still being used, at least partially.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 11 Jun 2015
0.04 miles
Bob Marley singing in the rain on Jamaica Street, Liverpool
Image: © Roger A Smith Taken: 23 Nov 2021
0.05 miles
New Bird Street Skate Park, Liverpool
Situated in the Baltic Triangle area of Liverpool.
Image: © Matt Harrop Taken: 7 Apr 2019
0.07 miles
Jordan Street
Industrial units in the Baltic Triangle. The 1908 25" map shows a hair works here, whatever that was?
Image: © Richard Webb Taken: 26 Dec 2017
0.07 miles
Duncan Street
The 1908 25" map shows two pubs on this corner, one by the camera and one where are now, over the other side of St James Street. Duncan Streep heads away with the Anglican Cathedral in the background.
Image: © Richard Webb Taken: 26 Dec 2017
0.07 miles
Former warehouse, Bridgewater Street, Liverpool
Eviscerated since Image], a few fragments hanging on. The gap has since been filled. Now flats.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 11 Jun 2015
0.07 miles
61 Norfolk Street, Liverpool
Dilapidated warehouse bearing the initials W.S. (for William Smith) and the year 1881 in the gable atop the loading bay. Since this photo, the building has been renovated and turned into offices.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 11 Jun 2015
0.07 miles
St James Street, Liverpool
With St Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church on the left of the road.
Image: © Kevin Gordon Taken: 22 Sep 2008
0.07 miles
Metcalf's warehouse, Bridgewater Street, Liverpool
Dated 1874 at the top. I believe that cotton was once stored inside. An elegiac sight. It is due to be pulled down in favour of flats. I don't know the state of the internal fabric (not much appears to remain), but it might have made for some interesting conversions. At the time an antique dealer had made a home in at least part of the building.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 27 Jul 2011
0.07 miles
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