YO! Liverpool
View RSS Feed

Liverpool Picturebook

Liverpool College - A History

Rate this Entry
Quote Originally Posted by Bob Edwards View Post
Liverpool College


Liverpool College was the first of many public schools founded in the Victorian Era. The foundation stone of the original building was laid on 22 October 1840 by Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby K.G. (then the Rt. Hon. Lord Stanley MP), the first patron of the College. The original school was in Shaw Street, the buildings were designed by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes, the architect of St George's Hall, and was erected at a cost of 35,000. . The buildings later became Liverpool Collegiate and are now appartments.


The original College on Shaw Street

Read more.........

Submit "Liverpool College - A History" to Digg Submit "Liverpool College - A History" to del.icio.us Submit "Liverpool College - A History" to Google Submit "Liverpool College - A History" to Facebook

Comments

For daily updates, to support us further or to join in the conversation: Follow us on Twitter @YOLiverpool / Like our Facebook Page: @LiverpoolInPictures / Join the Facebook Group: Liverpool In Pictures (YO! Liverpool)

YO! Liverpool has taken me over 10 years to develop and maintain. If you like the website, please donate via PayPal!