Liverpool Docks (page 2)

Erecting the new Tate & Lyle sugar conveyor across the Dock Road in 1957 Canning Dock, a general view looking towards the City Centre in 1963 Canning Dock, with part of the Albert Dock in 1963, before the re-development of the area Princes Dock and Riverside Station from a high viewpoint on the Liver Building in 1952 Yorkshire Copper Works offices on Canning Dock, under the Overhead Railway tracks in 1956
Loading reels of newsprint onto open goods trucks at Garston Docks in 1960 Yorkshire Copper Works offices on Canning Dock in 1956, with Albert Dock buildings in the distance A large floating Crane (Titan?) in a Liverpool Dock in 1950 Liverpool Landing Stage with the Isle of Man boat in the 1890s, before the Liver Buildings dominated the scene Canning Dock in 1952, when it was still an important part of the Docks complex
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Georges Dock & Overhead Railway before the Liver Building was built on the footprint of the Dock, 1904 Georges Dock & Overhead Railway before the Liver Building and Cunard Buildings were built, 1904 Flying over the Mersey, past Brunswick and Toxteth Docks in 1963