The wonderful artwork within the old WW2 Air Raid Shlter near to the Littlewoods building, Edge Lane, Liverpool.
The Waterloo & Victoria Tunnels, lead from Edge Hill to the former Riverside Station.
Photographs taken within the Dingle Overhead Railway Tunnel and station area. The Dingle OHRT was part of Liverpool’s now long demolished Over Head Railway or Dockers Umbrella. The photographs show different periods, before the collapse that occurred, Just after the collapse had happened and finally after the collapse was repaired. Pre Collapse Days after the collapse happened Collapse repaired
Permission visit to photograph the original Great Howard Street Bridge, before it was demolished and renewed. The Grand Arch and Bridge being at the bottom of the Waterloo & Victoria tunnel to the old Riverside Station.
Permission visit into the single bore tunnel, which forms the MerseyRail, loop line. This was during big upgrade in March 2017
The famous Wapping Cutting, Wapping Tunnel & 1829 Crown Street Tunnel, Edge Hill, Liverpool. Take during seperate permission visits to the Wapping Cutting, the 1829 Crown Street Tunnel and to both ends of the Wapping Tunnel.
Inside the old Red Star Tunnel which was located between the then Platforms 7 and 8 which is where the New Platforms 7 and 8 are now. The Tunnel went from the building at end of the platforms, under Liverpool Lime Street and through to the former Copperas Hill Post Office which has now been Demolished. I was told that this Tunnel has now…
A permission visit into the Liverpool Lime Street to Edge Hill Railway cutting during the Lime Street blockade. Showing various features, including the old track workers Cabin, Ramsbottom’s Chimney and the bricked up Triple Decker Tunnel.
One of my favourite forms of photography has to be Infra-Red. In the good old days of film cameras, It wasn’t the easiest form of imaging. On the camera, you had to use a ‘Black’ filter which essentially stopped visible light from entering the camera. Meaning of course you can’t see through the viewfinder after the filter is attached. Then because the camera is…
This lovely old Cinema on Lime Street, which was finally demolished, following a fight with Heritage Organisations in 2016. The Cinema was opened in 1912 as the “Lime Street Picture House”. Being the most advanced Cinema in Liverpool at that time. There was seating for 1,029 person’s as well as a full orchestra to accompany the silent films of those early years. The cinema…