Throwback Thursday: Doors, Liverpool

Part of an ongoing series, here are some doors from Liverpool. The first is the door of the Octagon Chapel which dates from 1763.

Not strictly speaking a door, this Chinese Arch in Liverpool’s Chinatown was a gift from the city of Shanghai and is apparently the largest Chinese Arch outside of China.

This impressive door is the entrance to the Cunard Building dating from 1917.

This lovely Art Deco entrance belongs to the George’s Dock Ventilation and Control Station which was built in the 1930s to provide ventilation for the road tunnel under the River Mersey.

And finally this impressive entrance is the door to what was a branch of the North and South Wales bank, but which I believe is now a restaurant.

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