LIVERPOOL GREAT HOWARD STREET

PHOTO GALLERY 1 - 1913 to 1976

[Source: Tony Graham & Paul Wright]
 
Liverpool Great Howard Street goods station looking north in 1913. The passenger station was out of site beyond the building seen in the top right corner.


Liverpool Great Howard Street seen in 1934 during the period when it was a goods station.
Reproduced with the kind permission of Simmons Aerofilms Ltd

Looking south from Liverpool Great Howard Street along the route of the 1850 extension to Tithebarn Street station on 18 December 1954. By this time the line was no longer a through route.

Shunting operations in the lower yard at Great Howard Street in 1960.
Photo by J K Williams


Looking south at the site of the lower yard from under the 1886 approach lines in 1976.
Photo by John Blinkhorn


The Great Howard Street lower yard site looking south in 1976 at the point where the 1850 and the 1886 lines met. The 1850 line is the brick viaduct to the right.
Photo by John Blinkhorn


A view looking north-west at the Great Howard Street upper yard site from Liverpool exchange No.1 signal box in 1976.
Photo by John Blinkhorn


Looking south at the Great Howard Street lower yard site during the construction of the Merseyrail
'Link Line' in 1976.
Photo by John Blinkhorn


The site of the Great Howard Street upper yard looking north in 1976. By this time the Merseyrail 'Link Line' cut through the site of the upper and lower yards. The short lived Liverpool Great Howard Street passenger station had been to the far right.
Photo by John Blinkhorn


Looking north at the 'Link Line' incline in 1976.
Photo by John Blinkhorn

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[Source: Tony Graham & Paul Wright]




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