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Report - Cunard Building, Liverpool, September 2010

Discussion in 'High Stuff' started by Appo, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. Appo

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    Visited with OneByOne.

    After a short while on the phone we both decided it would be a nice night to get some pictures from the docks over the mersey at night.

    The night turned out a little differently than we expected :thumb

    The cunard building is a grade II* listed building and construction started on the building in 1914 and then was completed in 1917 and was designed by William Edward Willink and Philip Coldwell Thicknesse.

    The main purpose of the building from when it was completed to the 1960's was used as the headquarters for Cunard Line but Today, the building is owned by the Merseyside Pension Fund and is home to numerous public and private sector organisations.

    Now for the pictures :thumb

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    Big up to OneByOne for an aewsome night :cool:
     

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