The Merchant Navy training ship HMS Conway opened on 1 August 1859 and was moored in the Mersey for more than 80 years.
There are a number of objects related to HMS Conway in the maritime history collection. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the opening of HMS Conway, here is a new online guide to some of the highlights from the Conway collections.
Some of the objects featured in the gallery below are on permanent display in the Life at Sea gallery, others formed part of a special display marking the 150th anniversary of HMS Conway at the Maritime Archives and Library, which has now closed.
You can find out more about the history of HMS Conway and see some of the archive material about the ship in the web feature about the Maritime Archives and Library display and on archive information sheet number 9.
Follow the links below to see the Conway objects in the collection, including displays about two cadets, Walter George Hiscock and Colin Derek Thorpe.