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Renovation


Regular viewers may recognise the area shown in this image, The lock gates at the Canning Half Tide Dock, part of the Albert Dock complex in Liverpool. This was taken back in the 1980s I think, just as the work was starting on the renovation of the docks. The two huts are still there, there is a set of lock gates in position now and a pedestrian footbridge over the dock entrance. In the back ground can be seen the tunnel airvent in Birkenhead

Renovation


Regular viewers may recognise the area shown in this image, The lock gates at the Canning Half Tide Dock, part of the Albert Dock complex in Liverpool. This was taken back in the 1980s I think, just as the work was starting on the renovation of the docks. The two huts are still there, there is a set of lock gates in position now and a pedestrian footbridge over the dock entrance. In the back ground can be seen the tunnel airvent in Birkenhead

comments (3)

  • Chris
  • England
  • 14 Jan 2010, 08:31
A fascinating piece of history Les
Les Auld: It is indeed Chris, thanks for the comment.
Interseting to see it all happening Les
Les Auld: It gives some idea of just what was necessary to make it happen Linda, thanks for the comment.
Good scan Les, and interesting to see the past changing before your eyes.
Les Auld: It is amazing what you can find in the proverbial shoebox Brian, thanks for the comment.

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