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Maritime Museum Canning Halftide And Albert Docks
England

View, north, across Liverpool's Canning Halftide Dock to the new Museum and the "Three Graces" (Royal Liver Building, Port of Liverpool Building and the Cunard Building). To the west is the Maritime Museum, south the Albert Dock and to the east the River Mersey.

Copyright: Jeff starley
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Uploaded: 12/12/2010
Updated: 20/08/2014
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Tags: liverpool; canning; halftide; dock; albert; maritime; museum; liver building; metropolitan; catholic; cathedral; merseyside; mersey; river; redevelopment
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