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  1. The Memorial to the Engine Room Heroes of the Titanic

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    The Memorial to the Engine Room Heroes of the Titanic is a granite monument located on St. Nicholas Place, at the Pier Head, in Liverpool, England. The city of Liverpool is strongly associated with the ill-fated liner that sank on 15 April 1912 with the loss of some 1,517 lives. The RMS Titanic was owned by White Star Line which was founded in Liverpool in 1840. Liverpool was also the port of registry of the liner with the words 'Titanic, Liverpool' visible on the stern of the ship. The memorial
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  2. Royal Liver Building

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    Probably the most photographed and well known building in Liverpool.
    It is located at Pier Head and stands proud and majestic against the skyline of Liverpool and the riverfront. The building is made of reinforced concrete and was the first large scale building of its type. It was built in 1911 for the Royal Liver Friendly Society. This impressive architectural masterpiece
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  3. Liverpool Pier Head and the Waterfront

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    By the 1890s the George's Dock, built in 1771, was essentially redundant. It was the third dock built in Liverpool, and was too small and too shallow in depth for the commercial ships of the late 19th century. Most of the site was owned by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, set up by Parliament in 1857; a small part of the site still was still held by the Corporation
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  4. A Guide To Liverpool 1902

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    A Guide To Liverpool 1902 - On the Landing Stage

    The present structure replaces one which was burnt in 1874. A considerable portion of the Stage is taken up by covered-in waiting rooms, refreshment rooms, and offices of various kinds. It measures a little less than half-a-mile in length, and is formed of two distinct parts, which, however, to all intents and purposes are practically one. At the southern end we have the George’s, and at the northern end the Prince’s stages Stage, the
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  5. A Walk Through The City - 1902

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    A Walk Through The City - 1902

    If you have ever considered what it must have been like to walk around Liverpool in 1902 along the streets that still exist today, then this guide will answer the questions you may have. Take a step back in time and find out what our City was like in this period as we continue our 'Guide To Liverpool - 1902', with 'A Walk Through The City'.

    The following rambles, all of which are practically in the heart of Liverpool, will enable the visitor
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