Grade II* listed buildings in Liverpool – City Centre

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There are over 2500 listed buildings[nb 1] in Liverpool, England.[1] A listed building is one considered to be of special architectural, historical or cultural significance, which is protected from being demolished, extended or altered, unless special permission is granted by the relevant planning authorities. Of the listed buildings in Liverpool, 105 are classified as Grade II* listed[2] and are recognised as being particularly important with more than special architectural or historic interest. Of these, 47 are located within the L1, L2 and L3 postcodes, which cover the city centre of Liverpool. The following list provides information on all the Grade II* listed buildings within these postcodes.

Grade II* listed buildings in Liverpool city centre[edit]

Building(s) Location Image Built Notes Coordinates Ref
The Albany Old Hall Street AlbanyOM D160 050.jpg 1856 The Albany was designed by J.K. Colling and constructed from brick with stone dressing. It is three storeys tall and originally provided both office and warehouse space, which has created a contrast between the utilitarian nature of the sides of the building and the detailed decoration of the front. The front itself features arched windows with keystones and carved ornaments as well as a carved frieze and modillioned cornice. The building's courtyard is a noted component of the building and features two iron bridges. 53°24′31″N 2°59′34″W / 53.4087°N 2.9928°W / 53.4087; -2.9928 (The Albany, Liverpool) [3][4][5]
Albion House James Street Albion House, Liverpool 4.jpg 1896-8 No. 30 53°24′17″N 2°59′33″W / 53.4046°N 2.9924°W / 53.4046; -2.9924 (Albion House, Liverpool) [6][7][8]
Barclay's Bank Building Water Street BarclaysBankOM D160 025.jpg 1927-32 Nos. 4 & 6 53°24′25″N 2°59′33″W / 53.4070°N 2.9924°W / 53.4070; -2.9924 (Barclay's Bank Building, Liverpool) [9][10][11]
Church of St. Andrew Rodney Street StAndrewsOM.jpg 1823 53°24′10″N 2°58′21″W / 53.4029°N 2.9725°W / 53.4029; -2.9725 (Church of St. Andrew, Liverpool) [12][13][14]
Church of St. Francis Xavier Salisbury Street Liverpool SFX.jpg 1845-9 53°24′48″N 2°58′11″W / 53.4134°N 2.9698°W / 53.4134; -2.9698 (Church of St. Francis Xavier, Liverpool) [15][16][17]
Church of St Luke Berry Street Church of St Luke, Liverpool (bombed out church) - DSC05196.JPG 1811-32 The Church of St. Luke is a former Anglican church designed by John Foster in Neo-Gothic-style. It is built from ashlar sandstone and was subject to minor amendments between 1864-73. Extensively damaged by bomb during WWII. Despite damage is recognised for its architectural and historical significance to Liverpool 53°24′06″N 2°58′30″W / 53.4017°N 2.9751°W / 53.4017; -2.9751 (Church of St Luke, Liverpool) [18][19][20]
Church of St. Luke - surrounding railings and piers Berry Street 1829-33 The railings, plinth walls, gates, piers and steps around the Church of St Luke were erected towards the end of the construction of the church itself. They were designed in Gothic-style by John Foster Jnr, the church architect's son. The railings extend all the way around the church, with the sloping nature of the site requiring flanking steps on the Berry Street side. 53°24′06″N 2°58′27″W / 53.4016°N 2.9743°W / 53.4016; -2.9743 (Church of St Luke, Liverpool) [21][22]
Church of St. Vincent de Paul St. James Street Church of St Vincent de Paul, St James Street.jpg 1856-7 53°23′49″N 2°58′44″W / 53.3969°N 2.9789°W / 53.3969; -2.9789 (Church of St. Vincent de Paul, Liverpool) [23][24][25]
College of Technology and Museum Extension Byrom Street Museum and College Extension Jan02 011.jpg 1896-1909 The College of Technology and Museum Extension was designed by Edward William Mountford in classical-style. The building is three storeys tall with a basement and is notable for its convex façade on the Byrom Street side. The second floor incorporates an Ionic colonnade with entablature and balustraded parapet. The sculptures are by Frederick William Pomeroy. Later known as the James Pearson Building. 53°24′36″N 2°58′55″W / 53.4100°N 2.9820°W / 53.4100; -2.9820 (College of Technology and Museum Extension, Liverpool) [26][27][28]
Co-operative Bank Building Castle Street CooperativeBankOM D160 006.jpg 1892 The Co-operative Bank Building, formerly known as the Adelphi Bank, was designed by William Douglas Caroe. The building is four storeys tall with an attic and was constructed above a granite base from red and yellow sandstone. The building is noted for its decorative details including the bronze entrance doors, which feature reliefs by Stirling Lee and depict various pairs of famous friends (e.g. Achilles and Patroclus, Castor and Pollux) 53°24′22″N 2°59′27″W / 53.4060°N 2.9909°W / 53.4060; -2.9909 (Co-operative Bank Building, Liverpool) [29][30][31]
Cunard Building Georges Pier Head Cunard Building (1).jpg 1913-16 53°24′18″N 2°59′43″W / 53.4051°N 2.9954°W / 53.4051; -2.9954 (Cunard Building, Liverpool) [32][33][34]
Fowler's Building Victoria Street Fowlers Building.jpg 1866-69 Nos. 3 to 9 (odd) 53°24′24″N 2°59′18″W / 53.4068°N 2.9884°W / 53.4068; -2.9884 (Fowler's Building, Liverpool) [35][36][37]
India Buildings Water Street India Buildings, Liverpool.jpg 1924–30 An office building and shopping arcade designed by Herbert J. Rowse and Arnold Thornely for the shipping firm Alfred Holt and Company. It is faced in Portland stone, and is in seven storeys, with a mezzanine and a basement. It has a front of 13 bays, with five bays on the sides. External details include a statue of Neptune, a giant pilastrade with an entablature, and balustraded balconies. Inside is a coffered barrel vaulted ceiling, Ionic columns, three domes, and rows of shops with identical fronts. Grading raised from II to II* on 5 November 2013. 53°24′22″N 2°59′34″W / 53.4062°N 2.9928°W / 53.4062; -2.9928 (India Buildings) [38][39][40]
Liverpool Medical Institution Mount Pleasant Liverpool Medical Institution.jpg 1836-37 Nos. 114 & 116 53°24′12″N 2°58′08″W / 53.4033°N 2.9690°W / 53.4033; -2.9690 (Liverpool Medical Institution, Liverpool) [41][42][43]
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral Mount Pleasant Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral at dusk (reduced grain), corrected perspective.jpg 1962-67 53°24′17″N 2°58′07″W / 53.4047°N 2.9687°W / 53.4047; -2.9687 (Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool) [44][45][46]
The Lyceum Bold Street Lyceum Corner Liverpool.JPG 1802 The Lyceum, designed by Thomas Harrison, was built at the beginning of the 19th century to house what was the first gentlemen's subscription library in England. Designed in classical-style it was constructed from ashlar stone. The building entrance consists of a recessed portico with Ionic columns and pediment. The original construction consisted of only one storey, with the raised roof second storey being added later. 53°24′16″N 2°58′51″W / 53.4045°N 2.9807°W / 53.4045; -2.9807 (The Lyceum, Liverpool) [47][48][49]
Main Bridewell Cheapside BridewellOM D160 066.jpg 1857-59 The Main Bridewell, designed by John Weightman in classical-style, was built to replace ten district bridewells in the city centre of Liverpool. The building is constructed from brick, with Flemish bond brickwork on the front and English bond brickwork on the rear and side. The building forms a quadrangle around a central yard with offices in the front block and cells along the sides and rear. 53°24′33″N 2°59′13″W / 53.4093°N 2.9869°W / 53.4093; -2.9869 (Main Bridewell, Liverpool) [50][51][52]
Memorial to the Heroes of the Marine Engine Room St. Nicholas Place Titanic memorial, Liverpool skyline.jpg 1916 53°24′22″N 2°59′53″W / 53.4061°N 2.9981°W / 53.4061; -2.9981 (Memorial to the Heroes of the Marine Engine Room, Liverpool) [53][54][55]
Municipal Buildings Dale Street Municipal Buildings Liverpool 5.jpg 1860-66 53°24′30″N 2°59′10″W / 53.4084°N 2.9862°W / 53.4084; -2.9862 (Municipal Buildings, Liverpool) [56][57][58]
National Westminster Bank Castle Street Nat West, Castle Street.jpg 1899-1902 The National Westminster Bank Building was designed by Norman Shaw. The building is four storeys tall with a ground floor mezzanine and attic. It is constructed from granite of alternating yellow and grey stripes and has terracotta window dressings and a slate roof. The building is noted for its interior with a central round lantern, frieze, cornice and pilasters. 53°24′23″N 2°59′29″W / 53.4064°N 2.9913°W / 53.4064; -2.9913 (National Westminster Bank, Liverpool) [59][60][61]
Nelson Monument Exchange Flags Nelson Monument, Liverpool 6.jpg 1807–08 53°24′27″N 2°59′31″W / 53.4076°N 2.9920°W / 53.4076; -2.9920 (Nelson Monument, Liverpool) [62][63][64]
Nos. 1 and 3 Duke Street Early 19th century 53°24′10″N 2°59′07″W / 53.4027°N 2.9852°W / 53.4027; -2.9852 (Nos. 1 and 3 Duke Street, Liverpool) [65][66]
Nos. 1 to 10 Gambier Terrace c. 1836 53°23′52″N 2°58′15″W / 53.3979°N 2.9707°W / 53.3979; -2.9707 (Nos. 1 to 10 Gambier Terrace, Liverpool) [67][68][69]
No. 16 Cook Street 16 Cook Street 256.jpg 1866 53°24′22″N 2°59′20″W / 53.4062°N 2.9890°W / 53.4062; -2.9890 (No. 16 Cook Street, Liverpool) [70][71][72]
No. 24 Hanover Street Early 19th century 53°24′10″N 2°59′06″W / 53.4027°N 2.9851°W / 53.4027; -2.9851 (No. 24 Hanover Street, Liverpool) [73][74]
Nos. 26 - 30 (even) Hanover Street Early 19th century 53°24′10″N 2°59′06″W / 53.4028°N 2.9849°W / 53.4028; -2.9849 (Nos. 26 - 30 Hanover Street, Liverpool) [75][76]
No. 62 Rodney Street 1792-3 Birthplace of William Ewart Gladstone 53°24′02″N 2°58′26″W / 53.4006°N 2.9739°W / 53.4006; -2.9739 (No. 62 Rodney Street, Liverpool) [77][78][79]
Nos. 159 - 163 (odd) Duke Street 1765 53°24′03″N 2°58′40″W / 53.4007°N 2.9779°W / 53.4007; -2.9779 (Nos. 159 - 163 Duke Street, Liverpool) [80][81]
Nos. 169 and 171 Duke Street 1765 53°24′02″N 2°58′39″W / 53.4006°N 2.9776°W / 53.4006; -2.9776 (Nos. 169 and 171 Duke Street, Liverpool) [82][83]
Nos. 173 and 175 Duke Street 1765 53°24′02″N 2°58′38″W / 53.4005°N 2.9773°W / 53.4005; -2.9773 (Nos. 173 and 175 Duke Street, Liverpool) [84][85]
Orleans House Edmund Street 1907 53°24′36″N 2°59′36″W / 53.4099°N 2.9932°W / 53.4099; -2.9932 (Orleans House, Liverpool) [86][87][88]
Philharmonic Hall Hope Street Philharmonic Hall Liverpool.jpg 1937-39 Including detached poster-piers to South-West & North-West 53°24′04″N 2°58′11″W / 53.4012°N 2.9697°W / 53.4012; -2.9697 (Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool) [89][90][91]
Philharmonic Dining Rooms Hope Street Philharmonic Dining Rooms.jpg 1898 No. 36 53°24′06″N 2°58′14″W / 53.4018°N 2.9705°W / 53.4018; -2.9705 (The Philharmonic Dining Rooms, Liverpool) [92][93][94]
Picton Reading Room and Hornby Library William Brown Street International-library.jpg 1875-79 53°24′35″N 2°58′49″W / 53.4098°N 2.9803°W / 53.4098; -2.9803 (Picton Reading Room and Hornby Library, Liverpool) [95][96][97]
Playhouse Theatre Williamson Square Liverpool Playhouse.jpg 1865; 1912; 1966–68 53°24′23″N 2°58′57″W / 53.4064°N 2.9825°W / 53.4064; -2.9825 (Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool) [98][99][100]
Port of Liverpool Building Georges Pier Head Port of Liverpool Building 10.jpg 1907 Later the offices of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board 53°24′16″N 2°59′43″W / 53.4045°N 2.9954°W / 53.4045; -2.9954 (Port of Liverpool Building, Liverpool) [101][102][103]
Royal Insurance Building (North John St) North John Street Royal Insurance Building Liverpool.jpg 1903 Nos. 1 to 9 (odd) 53°24′27″N 2°59′21″W / 53.4074°N 2.9893°W / 53.4074; -2.9893 (Royal Insurance Building (North John St), Liverpool) [104][105][106]
Royal Insurance Building (Queen Av) Queen Avenue 1837-39 Nos. 16 & 18 53°24′24″N 2°59′24″W / 53.4068°N 2.9901°W / 53.4068; -2.9901 (Royal Insurance Building (Queen Av), Liverpool) [107][108][109]
Sessions House William Brown Street County Sessions House.JPG 1882-4 53°24′36″N 2°58′44″W / 53.4101°N 2.9790°W / 53.4101; -2.9790 (Sessions House) [110][111][112]
Steble Fountain William Brown Street Steble Fountain.JPG 1879 53°24′35″N 2°58′45″W / 53.4096°N 2.9792°W / 53.4096; -2.9792 (Steble Fountain, Liverpool) [113][114][115]
Swedish Seaman's Church
(Gustav Adolf Church)
Park Lane Gustav Adolfus Kyrka, Liverpool.jpg 1883-4 53°23′59″N 2°59′04″W / 53.3996°N 2.9844°W / 53.3996; -2.9844 (Swedish Seaman's Church, Liverpool) [116][117][118]
Tower Buildings Water Street (north side) Tower Buildings, Liverpool.jpg 1906 No. 22 53°24′24″N 2°59′39″W / 53.4066°N 2.9943°W / 53.4066; -2.9943 (Tower Buildings, Liverpool) [119][120][121]
Vines Public House Lime Street The Vines Pub Liverpool - geograph.org.uk - 2043964.jpg 1907 Nos.81 to 87 (odd) 53°24′21″N 2°58′41″W / 53.4058°N 2.9781°W / 53.4058; -2.9781 (The Vines Public House, Liverpool) [122][123][124]
Walker Art Gallery William Brown Street Walker Art Gallery Liverpool.jpg 1874-7 53°24′36″N 2°58′47″W / 53.4101°N 2.9797°W / 53.4101; -2.9797 (Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool) [125][126][127]
Wapping Dock Warehouse Wapping Wapping Warehouse 2.jpg 1856 53°23′49″N 2°59′11″W / 53.3970°N 2.9863°W / 53.3970; -2.9863 (Wapping Dock Warehouse, Liverpool) [128][129][130]
Wellington Column William Brown Street Wellington Column.jpg 1865 53°24′35″N 2°58′44″W / 53.4096°N 2.9788°W / 53.4096; -2.9788 (Wellington Column, Liverpool) [131][114][132]
Wellington Rooms Mount Pleasant Wellington Rooms.jpg 1815 Now the Irish Centre 53°24′14″N 2°58′14″W / 53.4039°N 2.9706°W / 53.4039; -2.9706 (Wellington Rooms, Liverpool) [133][134][135]
William Brown Library and Museum William Brown Street Liverpool Museum And Library.jpg 1857-60 53°24′36″N 2°58′52″W / 53.4100°N 2.9811°W / 53.4100; -2.9811 (William Brown Library and Museum, Liverpool) [136][137][138]

See also[edit]

Architecture of Liverpool

References[edit]

Notes

  1. ^ The actual list consists of 1471 individual entries, which cover over 2500 buildings and structures throughout the city

Citations

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