Home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall was designed by Herbert J. Rowse and completed in 1939 to replace an earlier hall. Rowse also designed Liverpool’s iconic Queensway Tunnel, Liverpool tunnel entrances, toll booths and ventilation building exteriors, the India Buildings and the Martins Bank, according to Wikipedia.
Built in 1831. Burned during the Blitz in 1941. Designed by John Foster, who was one of the group of architects and artists who excavated the Temple of Apollo at Bassae in 1811-1812, and of Aphaia in Aegina.
The Victoria Building, University of Liverpool, is on the corner of Brownlow Hill and Ashton Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, England. It has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building.
Some of Liverpool’s many faces.
Paddy’s Wigwam. The Mersey Funnel. Liverpool’s Roman Catholic cathedral was completed in 1967 and was designed by Frederick Gibberd. More on Wikipedia.
According to the intro paragraph of the Cathedral’s history page it “ranks high in the North West Tourist attraction tables and in 2009, against formidable competition, won the accolade of ‘Best Large Visitor Attraction’ at the North West’s Annual Tourism Awards hosted by The Mersey Partnership.” Probably because it has two restaurants and a shop. The …
The original Corn Exchange was flattened in the Blitz, but this replacement has a mid-century charm of its own.