LIVERPOOL GREAT HOWARD STREET

PHOTO GALLERY 1 - 1977 to 2015

[Source: Tony Graham & Paul Wright]
 
The site of Liverpool Great Howard Street seen in the early months of 1977.
Photo by Tony Graham


Looking north at the site of Liverpool Great Howard Street station on 30 March 2015. The 'Grand Arch' dominates the view. Designed by John Hawkshaw it had opened in 1849. Passing beneath it was the Waterloo branch of the LNWR.
Photo by Paul Wright

The site of the Great Howard Street passenger station looking south on 30 March 2015. The station was to the left on the viaduct.
Photo by Paul Wright

A view looking north at the site of the Great Howard Street lower yard on 30 March 2015. Cutting through the site is the Merseyrail 'Link Line' which opened in May 1977.
Photo by Paul Wright


Looking south at the northern portal of the Merseyrail 'Link Line' tunnel on 30 March 2015. The tunnel portal is located at a point that would have been within the Great Howard Street
goods station lower yard.
Photo by Les Fifoot


A view looking south-west along the course of the Great Howard Street Chadwick Street line on 30 March 2015. The 1886 Liverpool exchange approach lines originally passed over this point.
Photo by Paul Wright


The Liverpool Great Howard Street lower yard site looking north on 30 March 2015.
Photo by Paul Wright


The site of the Great Howard Street Goods Station lower yard looking north on 30 March 2015. There had been a large goods shed to the left that had opened around 1870.
Photo by Paul Wright


The site of the 1850s Great Howard Street wagon hoists that were located at the south end of the 'Grand Arch' seen on 30 March 2015.
Photo by Les Fifoot

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[Source: Tony Graham & Paul Wright]




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