Template talk:Buildings and structures in Liverpool

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How does this work?[edit]

It seems a good idea, but... i) there are so many great buildings in Liverpool it might get unwieldy. ii) can we change some of the categories? Some seem a little too vague and catch-all to be meaningful. Highrise/lowrise? Is that really worthwhile?

Perhaps we can discuss categories here. I've started with

  • Places of worship which seems useful and non-controversial. RodCrosby (talk) 23:27, 26 January 2010 (UTC)
It might be better to produce ones for each topic and nest them in a combined footer. I would suggest the listed buildings should form some groups but there are several thousand Grade II and some buildings would be in multiple cats. Arguably you could also split them by district.--Kitchen Knife (talk) 23:23, 26 January 2010 (UTC)