Liverpool Docks (page 1)

East Waterloo Dock, 1959 Princes Landing Stage seen from a vessel, Liverpool, 1951 Princes Landing Stage seen from a vessel, Liverpool, 1951 Liverpool Landing Stage with the Isle of Man ferry boat, 1890s Salthouse Dock with sailing ships, seen from the roof of the warehouses, Liverpool, 1897
On board a ship berthed in East Waterloo Dock beside the Tobacco warehouses in 1959 On board a ship berthed at Princes Landing Stage, with the Liver Building in the distance, 1951 On board a ship berthed at Princes Landing Stage, with the Liver Buildingin the distance, 1951 Liverpool Landing Stage with the Isle of Man ferry boat in the 1890s, just before the Liver Buildings were built Salthouse Dock with sailing vessels seen from the roof of the Albert Dock buildings in 1897
Unloading meat at Liverpool, 1959 Liverpool Pierhead and Landing Stage with 'Corinthic', 1947 Huskisson Dock with 'Escalante' and 'Andria', Liverpool, 1955 'Riena del Mar' and 'Aureol' at Liverpool Landing Stage, 1956 Unloading American cars at Liverpool Pierhead, 1951
Unloading New Zealand lamb at Liverpool in 1959 The Landing Stage with 'Corinthic', taken from the Liver Building in 1947. Showing the bomb damage to Riverside Station Huskisson Dock with "Andria" and "Escalante" in 1955, before the Tate & Lyle sugar depot was constructed The Landing Stage with "Reina del Mar" and "Aureol" in 1956. Riverside Station is seen after repairs of the bomb damage Unloading American cars at the Pierhead in 1951, Can anyone help with information?
Diesel Locomotive on the Liverpool Docks, 1962 Salthouse Dock seen from the roof of the warehouses, Liverpool, 1957 Liverpool City Centre seen from a plane flying over the Mersey 1946 Man and horse, - 'The oldest workers on the Docks', Liverpool, 1948 Go to Page:
An 0-4-0 Diesel Locomotive is a new sight on the Docks in 1962 Salthouse Dock seen from the roof of the Albert Dock, with "Dispenser" in 1957 The City and Waterfront from the air in 1946, with docks working at full stretch after the War The negative is marked "Oldest worker on the Docks" 1948. - it probably refers to the man, though the horse might qualify!