Crump Street, LIVERPOOL, L1 0DG


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One stop wedding shop
That is the one on the left; the other is a cathedral. The Wedding House is all about getting sorted for the big day. Great George Street.
Image: © Peter Barr Taken: 2 Nov 2012
0.03 miles
Cains Brewery, canning line at work.
Image: © Colin Pyle Taken: 25 Feb 2010
0.03 miles
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral - View SW from tower
Image: © Colin Park Taken: 27 Oct 2018
0.04 miles
St James Church from Greetland Street Liverpool
From Wikipedia.........The church closed in 1971 and in September 2009 reopened its doors as St. James' in the City and describes itself as "a modern model of church in response to a modern city culture".
Image: © Steve Fareham Taken: 28 Feb 2011
0.05 miles
The Wedding house Liverpool
The last Merchants House standing in this area.
Image: © Steve Fareham Taken: 9 Aug 2014
0.05 miles
Liverpool St James railway station (site)
Opened in 1874 by the Cheshire Lines Committee on the line from Liverpool Central to Manchester Central, this station closed in 1917. View north from the road overbridge towards Liverpool Central. The original platforms were still extant when this image was taken. It is planned to be reopened in 2024 as 'Liverpool Baltic'. For more information, see
Image: © Nigel Thompson Taken: 15 Feb 2023
0.05 miles
3-4 Great George Place, Liverpool
Now marooned, a sole survivor of post-war road schemes. Built c1878 for the North and South Wales Bank, possibly to the designs of J.P. Seddon. Grade II listed. Occupied at the time by wedding planners, The Wedding House.
Image: © Stephen Richards Taken: 10 Jun 2013
0.06 miles
St James Place (A561)
Image: © JThomas Taken: 17 Mar 2012
0.06 miles
The Wedding House, Great George Place
Image: © Anthony Parkes Taken: 2 Jun 2010
0.06 miles
The Wedding House
Standing alone at Great George Place, the Wedding house is easy to spot. A Victorian gothic building dating from the 1860s, it is a grade II listed building (English Heritage Building ID: 214195 British Listed Buildings). It was formerly the North and South Wales Bank.
Image: © David Dixon Taken: 20 Jul 2015
0.06 miles
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