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 greater portion being under the latter name.

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