I wouldn't fancy going up there in the cold best to go on a nice clear summer day. - but then you might not get the fab night view as it doesn't go dark 'til late - probably after the tower tour has finished.
My cousin took that one, I took a few but was hiding in the corner .
I wanna do it again to see if it was the height that I didn't like. I'm sure it was coz of the wind, felt like I was gonna be carried off.
The fella that works there said it was closed on bonfire night so they could watch the fireworks from the best view in the city. Problem was, the smoke rose and they were left looking at the smog over the city
Great photo, never been there.
You even gone all Christmassy with your avatar.
You must have them like your clothes, depending on what mood you're in.
the arena and the wheel
mariners wharf and the cocklehole
Tides out looking towards Eastham
Some pics from the tower on friday,took about 70 well worth the £3.50 fee (pensioner)and the 108 steps,
It would be best on a clear day and a UV filter would be a help to cut through the haze
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The bells,the bells
The 108 steps to the top of the tower
The roof of the tower
Dean Court,car park,and Rodney St
The paths in St James Gardens
The roof of the main body of the cathedral with St James house in top right
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From earlier this week.... And was very lucky to have an extremely clear day!
First one views over Birkenhead, The Priory and over to the Mountains of Wales.
The second views include Blackpool Tower, the Big one, and in the distance you can make out the hills of the Lakes.
The third is a Mersey Panoramic.
The Royal Mail building with St Anthonys church in the distanceand Mary of the Angels on the right
Large tanker unloading at Tranmere oil jetty with the Welsh hills in the background
Tugs assisting a ship to the Gladstone
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