Memorial to the Liverpool Pals unveiled by Prince Edward.
An £85,000 frieze at Liverpool's Lime Street station, which was the main departure point for men and boys leaving for war 100 years ago, was unveiled on 31st August 2014 by the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward.
Designed by local sculptor Tom Murphy it tells the Pals' journey through World War One. The Memorial can be seen above the entrance to the Merseyrail station within Lime Street station. The frieze is the result of a three-year campaign by the Liverpool Pals Memorial Fund to create a permanent tribute to remember those who volunteered for the King’s Liverpool Regiment during World War I.