Bold Street to Lord Street - 1902
Having given the visitor some impression of the City side of Liverpool, we now propose to make an excursion to other streets of an interesting character.
Starting from the pavement at the great North Western Hotel, we cross the entrance to the Railway Terminus, and, bearing to the left, pass into the narrowest part of Lime Street. Lying to our west is a very busy neighbourhood. The first turn to the right, through Elliot Street, conducts us to the finest Market in Liverpool. St Johnís Market is one-eighth of a mile in length, and was finished in 1822, at a cost of £36,813.