Grade II* listed buildings in Liverpool – Suburbs

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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, at least 85 are classified as Grade II* listed[2] and are recognised as being particularly important with more than special architectural or historic interest. The following list provides information on all the Grade II* listed buildings located in all the L postcodes outside the city centre (i.e. excluding L1, L2 and L3).

Grade II* listed buildings in the suburbs of Liverpool[edit]

Building(s) Location Image Built Notes Coordinates Ref
Allerton Hall Woolton Road Allerton Hall.jpg 1736; c1810-12; C19; C20 Allerton Hall is an 18th-century manor house constructed from red sandstone. Standing three storeys tall and 11 bays wide the house is crowned with a balustraded parapet and the external stonework on the ground floor is rusticated. The central bays incorporate an Ionic portico featuring unfluted columns and supporting an architrave with frieze. 53°21′48″N 2°52′45″W / 53.3633°N 2.8792°W / 53.3633; -2.8792 (Allerton Hall, Liverpool) [3][4][5]
Allerton Priory Allerton Road 1867-70 Allerton Priory is a former house designed by Alfred Waterhouse and built for the Lord Major of Liverpool John Grant Morris. It is a two storey brick and stone building with slate roof and is noted for it canopied stone fireplace. 53°22′11″N 2°52′58″W / 53.3697°N 2.8829°W / 53.3697; -2.8829 (Allerton Priory, Liverpool) [6][7][8]
Bishop Eton Monastery Woolton Road Bishop Eton Monastery , Woolton - geograph.org.uk - 39249.jpg 1858 The Bishop Eton Monastery is a three-storey former monastery, constructed from brick with stone dressings. The building features a clock tower with a swept pyramidal roof and louvred bell stage. Originally two storeys tall, a slated mansard roof was added at a later date, as well as a connection to an adjacent chapel. 53°23′20″N 2°53′43″W / 53.3890°N 2.8952°W / 53.3890; -2.8952 (Bishop Eton Monastery, Liverpool) [9][10][11]
Bishop Eton Monastery Entrance Lodge Woolton Road c1840s The entrance lodge to Bishop Eton Monastery dates to before the monastery itself. It consists of a single storey stone building with slate roof with adjacent entrance gateway, which incorporates a statue of Bishop Eton within its segmental-pointed archway. 53°23′22″N 2°53′43″W / 53.3895°N 2.8954°W / 53.3895; -2.8954 (Bishop Eton Monastery Entrance Lodge, Liverpool) [12][10][13]
Broughton Hall. Yew Tree Lane Broughton Hall, Liverpool.jpg c1856 Broughton Hall is a former merchant's house, which is today home to a secondary school. It is constructed from rock-faced stone with a pitched slate roof and incorporates elements of Tudor and gothic styles in its design. It is noted for elaborate decoration to panelling, columns and windows. 53°25′29″N 2°53′10″W / 53.4247°N 2.8862°W / 53.4247; -2.8862 (Broughton Hall, Liverpool) [14][15]
Carfax St. Michael’s Church Road pre-1815 Carfax is a two storey house, which formerly served as a nunnery. It was constructed by iron-founder John Cragg and has since been pebble-dashed. The building incorporates a flat cornice and parapet and still possesses some of the original iron casements. 53°22′35″N 2°57′01″W / 53.3765°N 2.9504°W / 53.3765; -2.9504 (Carfax, Liverpool) [16][17][18]
Cedarwood Beaconsfield Road 1960 Cedarwood is a two-storey house designed by Gerald Beech and Dewi Prys Thomas, noted for its irregular design. The ground floor is constructed from brick, with the first floor being entirely wooden framed. The first floor also overhangs both the front and rear of the ground floor and is supported by four Glulam beams. The roof is conical, although barely visible from the ground and the first floor windows are irregularly sized. 53°22′54″N 2°52′39″W / 53.3817°N 2.8775°W / 53.3817; -2.8775 (Cedarwood, Liverpool) [19][20]
Chapel of St. Patrick Park Place St Patrick's Chapel, Park Place (front view) - geograph.org.uk - 183180.jpg 1821-27 The Chapel of St. Patrick is an active Roman Catholic church designed by John Slater[disambiguation needed]. It is constructed from brick with stone dressings and a slate roof, and stands two stories tall. It is topped with a freize, cornice and blocking course. A statue of St. Patrick sits on a plinth between the ground and first floor on the front side of the building. 53°23′32″N 2°58′18″W / 53.3921°N 2.9717°W / 53.3921; -2.9717 (Chapel of St. Patrick) [21][22][23]
Church of Holy Trinity Church Road Holy Trinity, Wavertree - geograph.org.uk - 477822.jpg 1794; 1911 The Church of Holy Trinity is built from stone with a slate roof. The oldest portions, the nave and west tower, date from the end of the eighteenth century and were designed by J Hope. The chancel dates from 1911 and was designed by Sir Charles Herbert Reilly, who is also responsible for other amendments made to the church. The building is noted for its idiosyncratic style. 53°23′40″N 2°54′56″W / 53.3945°N 2.9156°W / 53.3945; -2.9156 (Church of Holy Trinity, Liverpool) [24][25][26]
Church of St. Anne Church Lane St Anne's Church, Aigburth.jpg 1836-37 The Church of St. Anne is an active Church of England parish church. Designed by Cunningham and Holme in Romanesque Revival-style it is built from stone with a slate roof. The Chancel and transepts were added later, in 1853. 53°22′09″N 2°55′50″W / 53.3693°N 2.9305°W / 53.3693; -2.9305 (Church of St Anne, Liverpool) [27][28][29]
Church of St. Bride Percy St. St Brides Church Liverpool.JPG 1830 The Church of St. Bride is an active Church of England parish church designed by Samuel Rowland. The building is designed in classical style and takes the form of a Greco-Roman temple. It is constructed from Stone with stucco cladding and incorporates an Hexastyle Ionic portico with unfluted columns. 53°23′50″N 2°58′08″W / 53.3973°N 2.9690°W / 53.3973; -2.9690 (Church of St. Bride, Liverpool) [30][31][32]
Church of St. Bridget Bagot Street St Bridget's Church, Wavertree.jpg 1872 The Church of St. Bridget is an active Church of England parish church. Designed by E. A. Heffer, the church is noted for its interior, which is in the style of an Italianate basilica. The church is constructed from brick and has a slate roof. The interior of the church primarily uses stucco with a wooden altar and marble flooring. The mosaic reredos are by the Italian glass-makers Salviati. 53°23′48″N 2°56′03″W / 53.3966°N 2.9341°W / 53.3966; -2.9341 (Church of St. Bridget, Liverpool) [33][34][35]
Church of St. Christopher Lorenzo Drive 1930-32 The Church of St. Christopher is an active Church of England parish church. It was designed by Bernard Miller and is constructed from brick with stone dressings with a tiled roof. The church incorporates a low crossing tower, as well as two flanking chapels to the north and south. 53°26′27″N 2°55′30″W / 53.4408°N 2.9249°W / 53.4408; -2.9249 (Church of St. Christopher, Liverpool) [36][37][38]
Church of St. Clement Beaumont Street 1840-41 The Church of St. Clement is an active Church of England parish church. It is constructed from stone with a slate roof and is noted for its original early Victorian interior, including galleries on three sides supported by Tuscan-style iron columns. 53°23′49″N 2°57′09″W / 53.3970°N 2.9525°W / 53.3970; -2.9525 (Church of St. Clement, Liverpool) [39][40][41]
Church of St. Dunstan Earle Road St Dunstan June 10 2010 007.jpg 1886-9 The Church of St. Dunstan is an active Church of England parish church. It was designed by Aldridge and Deacon and is constructed from red brick with a slate roof. The church has a wagon-vaulted roof and retains original glass work in several places, notably the west window. 53°23′56″N 2°56′37″W / 53.3989°N 2.9436°W / 53.3989; -2.9436 (Church of St. Dunstan, Liverpool) [42][43][44]
Church of St. James St. James’ Place StJamesToxteth.JPG 1774-5 The Church of St. James is a former Church of England parish church designed by H.Havelock Sutton. It is constructed from brick with stone dressings and is noted for its cast iron gallery support columns, which are believed to be the oldest in Liverpool. Many components of the church date from the 19th and 20th centuries, although several items, including wall tablets and a sword rest, are believed to date the late 18th century. The church closed in the 1970s and subsequently suffered extensive damage, however, it has since reopened. 53°23′39″N 2°58′29″W / 53.3943°N 2.9748°W / 53.3943; -2.9748 (Church of St. James, Liverpool) [45][46][47]
Church of St. Margaret Princes Road 1868-9 53°23′43″N 2°57′57″W / 53.3954°N 2.9657°W / 53.3954; -2.9657 (Church of St. Margaret, Liverpool) [48][49][50]
Church of St. Mary Almonds Green StMaryChurchWestDerby.jpg 1853-56 The Church of St. Mary is an active Church of England parish church. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott it is stone built with a slate roof. It is noted for its interior, especially the arcade carvings, with many internal components being the work of John Oldrid Scott. Within the church is a sundial dated 1793, from the previous church located on the site. 53°26′00″N 2°54′31″W / 53.4334°N 2.9087°W / 53.4334; -2.9087 (Church of St. Mary, Liverpool) [51][52][53]
Church of St. Matthew and St. James Rose Lane St Mathew and St James, Rose Lane, Liverpool (7).jpg 1870-75 53°22′35″N 2°55′14″W / 53.3764°N 2.9205°W / 53.3764; -2.9205 (Church of St. Matthew and St. James) [54][55]
Church of St. Paul Derby Lane StPaulStoneycroft.JPG 1916 53°25′08″N 2°54′54″W / 53.4189°N 2.9151°W / 53.4189; -2.9151 (Church of St. Paul, Liverpool) [56][57][58]
Church of St. Peter Church Road St Peter's Church, Woolton (1).jpg 1886-7 53°22′34″N 2°52′10″W / 53.3760°N 2.8694°W / 53.3760; -2.8694 (Church of St. Peter, Liverpool) [59][60][61]
Church of St. Philip Neri Catharine Street 1914-20 53°23′57″N 2°58′07″W / 53.3992°N 2.9687°W / 53.3992; -2.9687 (Church of St. Philip Neri, Liverpool) [62][63][64]
The Cloisters St. Michael’s Road c. 1815 53°22′33″N 2°57′04″W / 53.3759°N 2.9511°W / 53.3759; -2.9511 (The Cloisters, Liverpool) [65][17][66]
Croxteth Hall Croxteth Park CroxtethHall2010.JPG 1575; 1702; 1874-7; 1902 53°26′33″N 2°53′31″W / 53.4425°N 2.8920°W / 53.4425; -2.8920 (Croxteth Hall, Liverpool) [67][68][69]
Dairy, Croxteth Hall Croxteth Park 1861-70 53°26′28″N 2°53′32″W / 53.4410°N 2.8922°W / 53.4410; -2.8922 (Croxteth Hall - Dairy, Liverpool) [70][71][72]
Laundry and Laundry Cottage, Croxteth Hall Croxteth Park 1864-5 53°26′24″N 2°53′23″W / 53.4400°N 2.8897°W / 53.4400; -2.8897 (Croxteth Hall - Laundry and Laundry Cottage, Liverpool) [73][74][75]
Stable block, Croxteth Hall Croxteth Park 1676; 1706 53°26′29″N 2°53′32″W / 53.4415°N 2.8923°W / 53.4415; -2.8923 (Croxteth Hall - Stable block, Liverpool) [76][71][77]
Range on northern platform, Edge Hill station Tunnel Road Edge Hill Station, Liverpool - geograph.org.uk - 147297.jpg 1836 53°24′10″N 2°56′48″W / 53.4027°N 2.9468°W / 53.4027; -2.9468 (Edge Hill station - Range on northern platform, Liverpool) [78][79][80]
Range on southern platform, Edge Hill station Tunnel Road The London train passing through Edge Hill Station - geograph.org.uk - 1527481.jpg 1836 53°24′09″N 2°56′48″W / 53.4024°N 2.9468°W / 53.4024; -2.9468 (Edge Hill station - Range on southern platform, Liverpool) [81][79][82]
Engine house on northern platform, Edge Hill station Tunnel Road 1849 53°24′09″N 2°56′47″W / 53.4026°N 2.9464°W / 53.4026; -2.9464 (Edge Hill station - Engine house on northern platform, Liverpool) [83][84][85]
Former Liverpool Airport Control Tower & Terminal Speke Road Crowne Plaza Liverpool John Lennon Airport Hotel Airside.jpg 1937-40; 1960 53°20′52″N 2°52′51″W / 53.3477°N 2.8807°W / 53.3477; -2.8807 (Former Liverpool Airport Control Tower & Terminal, Liverpool) [86][87][88]
Former Liverpool Airport Hangar 1 Speke Road 1937 53°20′54″N 2°52′59″W / 53.3483°N 2.8830°W / 53.3483; -2.8830 (Former Liverpool Airport Hangar 1, Liverpool) [89][90][91]
Former Liverpool Airport Hangar 2 Speke Road 1941 53°20′52″N 2°52′42″W / 53.3477°N 2.8782°W / 53.3477; -2.8782 (Former Liverpool Airport Hangar 2, Liverpool) [92][93][94]
Greenbank Drive Synagogue Greenbank Drive Greenbank Drive Synagogue.jpg 1936 53°23′21″N 2°55′44″W / 53.3893°N 2.9290°W / 53.3893; -2.9290 (Greenbank Drive Synagogue, Liverpool) [95][96][97]
The Hermitage St. Michael’s Church Road pre-1815 53°22′34″N 2°57′01″W / 53.3761°N 2.9502°W / 53.3761; -2.9502 (The Hermitage, Liverpool) [98][17][99]
Liverpool Blue Coat School Church Road LiverpoolBlueCoatEastFront.jpg 1903-06 The Liverpool Blue Coat School was designed by Briggs, Wolstenholme and Thornely and is built from red brick with stone dressings with a slate roof. The building consists or several ranges, with the front side of the building facing onto Church Road. The building is noted for its main entrance, which incorporates an aedicule flanked by Ionic columns with an open pediment, entablature and parapet. The clock tower above the entrance was added in 1915. 53°23′33″N 2°54′57″W / 53.3925°N 2.9159°W / 53.3925; -2.9159 (The Liverpool Blue Coat School, Liverpool) [100][101][102]
Chapel, Liverpool Blue Coat School Church Road 1903-06 The Chapel of the Liverpool Blue Coat School Chapel was constructed at the same time as the school itself and was designed by Briggs, Wolstenholme and Thornley. It is built from red brick with stone dressings and has Venetian windows flanked by Ionic colonnettes. Internally the chapel takes the form of a Greek Cross and has a central coffered dome with four recessed lunette windows. 53°23′33″N 2°54′55″W / 53.3924°N 2.9154°W / 53.3924; -2.9154 (The Liverpool Blue Coat School Chapel, Liverpool) [103][104][105]
Liverpool Collegiate School Shaw Street Collegiate Shaw St Liverpool UK.jpg 1843 53°24′47″N 2°58′04″W / 53.4131°N 2.9679°W / 53.4131; -2.9679 (Liverpool Collegiate School, Liverpool) [106][107][108]
Much Woolton Old School School Lane 1610 53°22′12″N 2°51′59″W / 53.3699°N 2.8663°W / 53.3699; -2.8663 (Much Woolton Old School, Liverpool) [109][110][111]
The Friary or Glebelands No. 1, St. Michael’s Church Road c. 1815 53°22′34″N 2°56′59″W / 53.3762°N 2.9497°W / 53.3762; -2.9497 (No. 1 St. Michael’s Church Road, Liverpool) [112][17][113]
Nos. 3 to 17 (odd) Percy St. c. 1830 53°23′51″N 2°58′10″W / 53.3975°N 2.9694°W / 53.3975; -2.9694 (Nos. 3 to 17 Percy St, Liverpool) [114][115][116]
Nos. 8 to 18 (even) Percy St. c. 1830 53°27′28″N 3°00′03″W / 53.4578°N 3.0007°W / 53.4578; -3.0007 (Nos. 8 to 18 Percy St, Liverpool) [117][115][118]
Nos. 20 to 32 (even) Percy St. c. 1830 Includes No 1 Huskinsson Street 53°23′49″N 2°58′11″W / 53.3970°N 2.9698°W / 53.3970; -2.9698 (Nos. 20 to 32 Percy St, Liverpool) [119][115][120]
Nos. 51, 51A, 51B, The Carriage House and gate piers to garden St. Michael’s Road c. 1815 Formerly called Hollybank 53°22′30″N 2°56′53″W / 53.3750°N 2.9481°W / 53.3750; -2.9481 (Holly Bank, Liverpool) [121][17][122]
Nos. 98–102 and 102A(even) High Street Late 18th century 53°23′54″N 2°55′03″W / 53.3983°N 2.9176°W / 53.3983; -2.9176 (Nos. 98 to 102 High Street, Liverpool) [123][124][125]
Old Manor Court House Almonds Green 1662 Former court house constructed for the Manor of West Derby. Single storey building with single windows on front, left side and rear. Inside are the steward's and juries benches. 53°25′57″N 2°54′36″W / 53.4326°N 2.9100°W / 53.4326; -2.9100 (Old Manor Court House, Liverpool) [126][127][128]
Olympia Social Club West Derby Road 1903 53°24′55″N 2°57′27″W / 53.4152°N 2.9576°W / 53.4152; -2.9576 (Olympia Social Club, Liverpool) [129][130][131]
Palm House Sefton Park Sefton Park Palm House, Liverpool, England-26Dec2009.jpg 1896 53°22′53″N 2°56′07″W / 53.3813°N 2.9353°W / 53.3813; -2.9353 (Palm House, Liverpool) [132][133][134]
St. Agnes' Vicarage Ullet Road 1887 53°23′24″N 2°56′23″W / 53.3899°N 2.9397°W / 53.3899; -2.9397 (St. Agnes' Vicarage, Liverpool) [135][136][137]
St. Joseph's Home Woolton Rd. 1845-7 53°23′22″N 2°53′49″W / 53.3895°N 2.8969°W / 53.3895; -2.8969 (St. Joseph's Home, Liverpool) [138][139][140]
Entrance Lodge,
St. Joseph's Home
Woolton Rd. c. 1840s 53°23′24″N 2°53′50″W / 53.3899°N 2.8971°W / 53.3899; -2.8971 (St. Joseph's Home Entrance Lodge, Liverpool) [141][142][143]
Stanlawe Grange and The Granary Aigburth Hall Avenue C13 with additions in C15, C16, C17 Stanlawe Grange is a late 13th century cruck house built from sandstone. The majority of the house is dated post-15th century with more modern features added this century. Both the Grange and the adjacent granary are today private residences. 53°21′55″N 2°55′06″W / 53.3653°N 2.9184°W / 53.3653; -2.9184 (Stanlawe Grange and The Granary, Liverpool) [144][145][146]
Warehouse, Stanley Dock Stanley Dock 1848 53°25′19″N 2°59′57″W / 53.4220°N 2.9992°W / 53.4220; -2.9992 (Stanley Dock Warehouse, Liverpool) [147][148][149]
Tate and Lyle's Sugar Silo Regent Road Liverpool - Tate & Lyle Sugar Silo, Huskisson Dock - geograph.org.uk - 471269.jpg 1955-57 No. 173 53°26′02″N 2°59′47″W / 53.4340°N 2.9964°W / 53.4340; -2.9964 (Tate and Lyle's Sugar Silo, Liverpool) [150][151][152]
Tue Brook House West Derby Road Tue Brook House - geograph.org.uk - 37477.jpg 1615 53°25′35″N 2°55′34″W / 53.4265°N 2.9260°W / 53.4265; -2.9260 (Tue Brook House, Liverpool) [153][154][155]
University Hostel Greenbank Lane c. 1787 or earlier 53°23′06″N 2°55′37″W / 53.3851°N 2.9269°W / 53.3851; -2.9269 (University Hostel, Liverpool) [156][157][158]
War Memorial, Churchyard of Holy Trinity Church Church Road c. 1920 53°23′41″N 2°54′51″W / 53.3946°N 2.9143°W / 53.3946; -2.9143 (War Memorial at Holy Trinity Church Yard, Liverpool) [159][34]
Village Cross, West Derby Almonds Green The Village Cross, West Derby Feb 10 2010 01.jpg 1861-70 The West Derby village cross was designed by Eden Nesfield in early French Gothic-style. The cross depicts a seated Christ, the hand of God, Adam & Eve and the cruxifiction above a circular stone column and four marble columns. It sits atop a square stone base of three steps and is surrounded by iron railings. 53°25′58″N 2°54′36″W / 53.4328°N 2.9099°W / 53.4328; -2.9099 (West Derby Village Cross, Liverpool) [160][127][161]

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

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  72. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213964 - CROXTETH HALL DAIRY". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  73. ^ Historic England, "Laundry and Laundry Cottage, Croxteth Hall, Liverpool (1206357)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  74. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 408–409
  75. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213967 - LAUNDRY AND LAUNDRY COTTAGE". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  76. ^ Historic England, "Stable block to north and west of stable yard, Croxteth Hall, Liverpool (1356330)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  77. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213959 - STABLE BLOCK TO NORTH AND WEST OF STABLE YARD". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  78. ^ Historic England, "Range on north side of Edge Hill Station, Liverpool (1218196)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  79. ^ a b Pollard & Pevsner (2006), pp. 413–414
  80. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359620 - RANGE ON NORTH SIDE OF EDGE HILL STATION". Images of England. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  81. ^ Historic England, "Range on south side of Edge Hill Station, Liverpool (1063311)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  82. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359621 - RANGE ON SOUTH SIDE OF EDGE HILL STATION". Images of England. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  83. ^ Historic England, "Engine house to north of north range of Edge Hill Station, Liverpool (1218206)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  84. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 414
  85. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359622 - ENGINE HOUSE TO NORTH OF NORTH RANGE OF EDGE HILL STATION". Images of England. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  86. ^ Historic England, "Former Liverpool Airport Control Tower and Terminal (1217911)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  87. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006)
  88. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359552 - LIVERPOOL AIRPORT CONTROL TOWER AND TERMINAL". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  89. ^ Historic England, "Liverpool Airport Hangar 1 (1359838)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  90. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 458
  91. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359553 - LIVERPOOL AIRPORT HANGAR 1". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  92. ^ Historic England, "Liverpool Airport Hangar No. 2 (1063325)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  93. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 459
  94. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359554 - LIVERPOOL AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  95. ^ Historic England, "Greenbank Drive Synagogue, Liverpool (1298791)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  96. ^ Sharples & Pollard (2004), p. 290
  97. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 214208 - GREENBANK SYNAGOGUE". Images of England. Retrieved 18 November 2010. 
  98. ^ Historic England, "The Hermitage, Liverpool (1209956)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  99. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359424 - THE HERMITAGE". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  100. ^ Historic England, "Bluecoat School, Liverpool (1280374)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  101. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), pp. 495–496
  102. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213906 - BLUECOAT SCHOOL". Images of England. Retrieved 26 August 2010. 
  103. ^ Historic England, "Chapel at Bluecoat School, Liverpool (1068325)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  104. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 496
  105. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213907 - CHAPEL OF BLUECOAT SCHOOL". Images of England. Retrieved 26 August 2010. 
  106. ^ Historic England, "Collegiate School, Liverpool (1062538)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  107. ^ Sharples & Pollard (2004), p. 262
  108. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359523 - LIVERPOOL COLLEGIATE SCHOOL". Images of England. Retrieved 29 August 2010. 
  109. ^ Historic England, "Much Woolton Old School, Liverpool (1361673)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  110. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 508
  111. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359465 - MUCH WOOLTON OLD SCHOOL". Images of England. Retrieved 29 August 2010. 
  112. ^ Historic England, "The Friary or The Glebelands, Liverpool (1209952)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  113. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359422 - NO.1". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  114. ^ Historic England, "3–17 Percy St, Liverpool (1072994)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  115. ^ a b c Sharples & Pollard (2004), p. 240
  116. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359230 - 3-17 PERCY STREET". Images of England. Retrieved 29 August 2010. 
  117. ^ Historic England, "8–18 Percy St, Liverpool (1208814)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  118. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359236 - 8-18 PERCY STREET". Images of England. Retrieved 29 August 2010. 
  119. ^ Historic England, "20–32 Percy St, Liverpool (1072996)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 26 April 2013 
  120. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359237 - 20-32 PERCY STREET". Images of England. Retrieved 29 August 2010. 
  121. ^ Historic England, "The Carriage House, and gate piers to garden, Aigburth, Liverpool (1073474)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  122. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359425 - HOLLY BANK". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  123. ^ Historic England, "Nos. 98 to 102 (even), No. 102A, Hugh Street, Wavertree, Liverpool (1075181)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  124. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 497
  125. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 214273 - 98-102 HIGH STREET". Images of England. Retrieved 26 August 2010. 
  126. ^ Historic England, "The Old Court House, West Derby, Liverpool (1068420)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  127. ^ a b Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 503
  128. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213665 - THE OLD COURT HOUSE". Images of England. Retrieved 25 August 2010. 
  129. ^ Historic England, "Olympia Social Club, Liverpool (1062584)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  130. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 416
  131. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359733 - OLYMPIA SOCIAL CLUB". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  132. ^ Historic England, "Palm House, Sefton Park, Liverpool (1292339)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  133. ^ Sharples & Pollard (2004), p. 291
  134. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359477 - PALM HOUSE". Images of England. Retrieved 7 September 2010. 
  135. ^ Historic England, "St. Agnes' Vicarage, Liverpool (1218225)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  136. ^ Sharples & Pollard (2004), p. 286
  137. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359627 - SAINT AGNES' VICARAGE". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  138. ^ Historic England, "Saint Joseph’s Home, Liverpool (1291830)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  139. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), pp. 400–401
  140. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359767 - SAINT JOSEPH' HOME". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  141. ^ Historic England, "Lodge to Saint Joseph’s Home, Liverpool (1063748)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  142. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), p. 401
  143. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359768 - LODGE TO SAINT JOSEPH'S HOME". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  144. ^ Historic England, "Stanlawe Grange and The Granary, Aigburth, Liverpool (1068443)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  145. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), pp. 385–386
  146. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213615 - THE GRANARY". Images of England. Retrieved 3 May 2010. 
  147. ^ Historic England, "Warehouse on north side of dock, Stanley Dock, Liverpool (1359841)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  148. ^ Sharples & Pollard (2004), pp. 124–125
  149. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359565 - WAREHOUSE ON NORTH SIDE OF STANLEY DOCK". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  150. ^ Historic England, "Sugar Silo, Liverpool (1252955)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  151. ^ Sharples & Pollard (2004), p. 129
  152. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 436077 - SUGAR SILO". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  153. ^ Historic England, "Tue Brook House, Liverpool (1360223)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  154. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), pp. 482–483
  155. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 359731 - TUE BROOK HOUSE". Images of England. Retrieved 31 August 2010. 
  156. ^ Historic England, "Green bank and University Hostel, Liverpool (1356362)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  157. ^ Pollard & Pevsner (2006), pp. 441–442
  158. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 214209 - UNIVERSITY HOSTEL". Images of England. Retrieved 18 November 2010. 
  159. ^ Historic England, "War Memorial at Holy Trinity Church Yard, Wavertree, Liverpool (1393740)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  160. ^ Historic England, "Village Cross, West Derby, Liverpool (1068388)", National Heritage List for England, retrieved 27 April 2013 
  161. ^ "Details for IoE Number: 213675 - VILLAGE CROSS". Images of England. Retrieved 25 August 2010. 

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