Liverpool: World Heritage City
5 September to 30 November 2004
Please note that this exhibition has now closed
Liverpool has been officially named a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
At the heart of this new World Heritage Site is the world-famous Liverpool waterfront.
During the 19th and early 20th centuries Britain was a true world power, and Liverpool was her pre-eminent commercial port. The buildings and structures shown in these photographs reflect that mercantile might. The grand docks, offices, banks, exchanges, warehouses and cultural buildings demonstrate Liverpool’s global importance.
You can see some of the photographs from the exhibition below.
All images are © English Heritage.NMR