Titanic

Maritime Museum

The Merseyside Maritime Museum tells the story of the Port Of Liverpool, and its role in world history. On the first floor is a collection telling the stories of three of the most famous and most tragic ships in history - the Titanic, Lusitania and Empress of Ireland. Each had

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Albion House White Star Building

Albion House White Star Building

The Albion House White Star Building. was designed by Richard Norman Shaw and J. Francis Doyle. Standing on the corner of James Street and The Strand, the red brick and white stone building was the original headquarters of the White Star Line and the registered home of the ill-fated ship the

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Titanic Memorial

Titanic Memorial

The home port of Titanic and the White Star Line. Liverpool commissioned the Titanic memorial to commemorate the heroism shown by the ships engineers, who remained at their posts operating the ships electrical and pumping equipment to ensure that the ship remained afloat for as long as was possible. The

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Adelphi Hotel

Adelphi Hotel

Standing close to the railway station on Lime Street, the world famous Adelphi Hotel was, in its day “The Place to Stay” in Liverpool for the great and good passing  through the port.  The original hotel was opened in 1826, and rebuilt in 1912 boasting solid marble walls in many

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