Today we’re stepping way back into Liverpool’s history, and also seeing how it can tell us something about the city of today.
Going Underground: I’m a big fan of urban explorers – those daredevils who (more…)
In advance of the exciting developments in a couple of weeks’ time (more information anon!) I’ve been polishing the Historic Liverpool website, which has become a little neglected of late.
First up, (more…)
Liverpool Waterfront, by Ade Bond via Flickr
It’s the end of 2010. It’s been an… interesting year politically – a coalition (more…)
Home page screenshot as built in Drupal
Yes, that’s a headline and almost a pun at the same time, for of course the ‘Historic Liverpool’ (more…)
Just a quick word to let you know that Historic Liverpool is undergoing a complete cosmetic redesign, as the home page was getting a bit bogged down, and also I visited the final show for the Oxford Brookes/Swindon (more…)
Having spent a lot of time working on Historic Liverpool, it’s been a while since I last blogged. There haven’t been a great many news stories to write about, but it’s time for an update on progress on (more…)
As things seem to be quiet on the ‘historic Liverpool’ front (that’s historic with a small ‘h’ – not my website!) I think it’s a good time to put down a few quick notes about where Historic Liverpool (the (more…)
As you may or may not know, the Liverpool Landscapes blog is partner to the Historic Liverpool website. That website is now ‘complete‘.
Of course, no website worth its salt is ever really complete, but (more…)
This blog is the companion to www.historic-liverpool.co.uk, a website about the history, growth and expansion of the city of Liverpool, and the surrounding area. That website has been in production for (more…)
This is the new location of the blog formerly known as the Liverpool Times. The name coincided with another website and news source, and I fancied a change! The posts below are the same as those you would (more…)
We’re entering a new era for the website and blog (!) as the site formerly known as Liverpool Landscapes is now called Historic Liverpool, and resides at Historic-Liverpool.co.uk. A lot of work has gone (more…)
Everton FC’s controversial plans to move to a new stadium in Kirkby are strengthening the case for “line one”, the non-capitalised tram scheme from Liverpool city centre to the outskirts. This follows (more…)
As there hasn’t been a lot of landscape-related news involving Liverpool lately, I thought I’d take this chance to discuss the joys and frustrations of creating the Liverpool Landscapes website. The site (more…)