down at the Pier
Head hosted Hayley E.Wilson's, Childhood Memories of Post - War Merseyside. Whilst
at the Museum for this event I took the opportunity to take some photographs and
for those of you who haven't been there yet, you really must go, it's fantastic
space and not a bit like the museums of the old days where you couldn't touch
anything and had to talk in whispers. This is a vibrant open space where you
are actively encouraged to interact with the exhibits. In addition there are
Museum staff on hand to give you information. Liverpool
The Museum overlooks the
at the Pier Head.
The Education space on the 1st Floor where the event was held.
Entertainment provided at Hayley E.Wilson's, Childhood Memories of Post - War Merseyside. with the
band 'Shooter' who played a selection of 1950s and a few 60s tunes.
It is well worth having a look at the many exhibits on show in the Museum, the photograph above is of Lutyens model for the original Roman Catholic Cathedral.
This one was made by our own Ged Fagan, his model of
were he grew up is now on loan to the Museum and on display on the 2nd floor. Gerard Gardens
These sculptures of 'The Hod Carrier' and 'The Architect' were commissioned by City Architect Sir Lancelot Keay for
flats, Gerard Gardens Hunter Street
in the 1930s. They stood pride of place above the main entrance archways.
Time for Fish and Chips now, this original chip shop range is on display.
A view of the Pier Head taken from the Window of the Museum.
One final shot of the Three Graces, The Port of Liverpool Building, The Cunard Building and the
, taken as I was
leaving the Museum. Royal Liver
By Robert F Edwards