Throwback Thursday: Mersey Chambers, Liverpool

Mersey Chambers in Liverpool was built for the Harrison Shipping Line in 1878 and is now a Grade II listed building.

It faces St Nicholas’ Churchyard which was created as a public garden in 1891 for James Harrison who was a partner in the shipping company.

At the top is a statue of the famous liver bird, a mythical creature that is the symbol of Liverpool.

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