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Heard about this and saw it from afar when we were in Everton park so took short walk to it ,easy to get to from great homer st market.nice to see history kept its nestled among houses,fine structure great photos to
Visited with friends who had seen the tower from a distance and wanted a closer view. The tower is impressive - I agree with the architectural guide who says it is one of Liverpool's finest Victorian monuments. It's like a secular cathedral with an amazing...More
Everton park, one of-if not the highest-points in Liverpool, commands a great view over the city in most directions and across to Birkenhead, the coast and the mountains of Wales. The viewpointers and descriptions of the area around contain fascinating details of the industrial housing...More
This site has been secured down, so no real access is available, so much fencing and no way to shoot above it, we drove around a view roads and this was one of the last shots taken. Why does Liverpool and Everton at least make...More
Supporters of a certain local football team would certainly agree with the title! However, here, I am referring to the interesting and impressive structure that is the Everton Water Tower.
Its elevated setting means it can be seen for miles around and it is an...More
We live nearby and just love the architecture of this grand old building.
At night it is very distinctive with blue lights around the top and the arches illuminated with yellow/white light.
Because it on top of a hill it can be seen for miles,...More