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Report - Liverpool - Metropolitan Cathedral

Urban Artists

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we finally decided to give the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral ago and managed to make it to the top, would just like to point out, its not just a set of ladders & did require team effort to get to the top. Didn't photograph any of the climb at the start because we were more concerned about not falling. If your thinking of taking a trip up be ready to either climb and have grippy feet and not scared of heights. It is a explore we will not forget because it was just an amazing feel doing this building

Exploring new heights by James Harkness, on Flickr

Lights by James Harkness, on Flickr

Looking up by James Harkness, on Flickr

Looking down by James Harkness, on Flickr

Explore team by James Harkness, on Flickr

Always easier the way down by James Harkness, on Flickr

The main area by James Harkness, on Flickr

Metropolitan Cathedral view by James Harkness, on Flickr



28DL Full Member
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You scalled Paddies WIgwam! Contratulations.... and the street that links the two Cathederals? Hope Street. Here endeth the History lesson and well done.


Official Smartarse
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Great shots there guys. Awesome

Matthew Smith

28DL Member
28DL Member
Love the photography work! Would love to come out with you guys/you
and do some urban exploring. I have never been before and I live so
close also (Runcorn) - Not sure how something like that would
happen but either way keep up the good work mate!


Official Smartarse
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