This is a simple map of Listed Buildings in Liverpool and Merseyside.

The region is proud of its heritage and makes claims to having more Georgian listed buildings than Bath.

Whatever the case, there is a huge number of protected buildings in Liverpool and the surrounding area. No doubt there are some where you live, that perhaps you didn’t know about.

You can now browse this map at your leisure to see where your nearest listed building is. It could even help you protect the historic character of your area, and monitor proposed developments in sensitive areas.

Every part of Liverpool has more than a handful of listed buildings, so have a look around!

Click on any point on the map and you can carry on through to the official Historic England page about that listing. Historic England are responsible for maintaining the list, and helping people conserve any of the buildings on it. See this example of the Liver Building on the Historic England list.

Note: the data comes from Historic England’s data download service, which has more than just listed buildings available for download.

Images: the photos of the listed buildings come from Historic England’s Images of England project. This was a project to get volunteers to photograph every listed building in England up to the year 2000. As such, any building listed after that year (and other buildings besides) will not have a photograph.

44 thoughts on “Listed Buildings in Liverpool

  • Terry Madigan says:

    On and off I’ve been trying to put together all I can about my birth area ….. Brunswick Road in Liverpool 6 . Only recently have I come across an Ordnance Survey Map of 1848 showing huge , high-class dwellings on Brunswick Road and on Erskine Street . This isn’t the way I experienced my young life there . Would there be any images of that time … and any 1950s 1960s photos of Brunswick Road and most especially Kinder Street ?

    I enjoy these maps !

    terry m.

  • rebecca anne kelley says:

    can you please help me ? I am looking for creswell street in everton especially Creswell mount flats- this would be around 1956ish
    With regards
    Rebecca Anne kelley

  • Paul Curran says:

    I’m tracing my family history and my father comes from Liverpool. My dad lived & grew up in Liverpool from 1931 to about 1948. Addresses I have for family there are Carnarvon street (kirkdale), Cockesill Street (off Walton Rd)…not sure if that is spelt correct…..and Carmel Street (Everton).
    I believe a couple, if not all, of these roads were either destroyed in WW2 or have since been demolished.
    Can anyone help? I believe I still have family living in Liverpool in the name of Richardson & Robinson & possibly Curran.
    Any help is much appreciatted.

  • Thank you for your reply which I’ve only just found today . I think this can’t possibly be the same Erskine Street —- but yours is the only answer that came . So many thanks .

    • michael turner says:

      Yes Terry this is Erskine St L6. This house or small church was down the bottom end on the left hand side if you were coming up the hill. It was opposite a pub called the Erskine and up from a pub on the same side and on the corner of Brunswick and Erskine St which was called the Brunswick Arms. I lived on Erskine St and during the demolition period and when this house was derelict, went inside. It had congregational seating still in it. As kids we used to refer to it as Dracula’s Castle. Sorry for the very late reply, only just found this site Regards Michael T

  • I am trying to find Leslie street Liverpool as have some long lost family giving
    18 Leslie street as an addresson a marraige cert can anyone help please

    • susan northey says:

      just saw your comment on leslie street,my dad lived there as a young boy,it was on the site of king gardens just off hyslop street.

    • I totally understand that this post is a decade old, but I’ve got family that seems to have first settled in Liverpool at number 10 Leslie Street – the Census record for 1881 lists it as being in Toxteth Park.

  • I was wondering if anyone knows where the Royal Ordnance Factory was/is located. I understand it was in Fazakerley. Also, I was curious to know if any of the original buildings are still there. I was interested in visiting the site when in Liverpool again. I am in Canada. Thank you in advance.

    • Hi Barrington,

      The ROF was one of the first industries to locate on the outskirts of Liverpool in what are now our industrial and commercial estates. The one at Fazakerley was located where Long Lane industrial estate is. On the map in the Fazakerley page on this site the ROF was around where the ‘F’ in Fazakerley is.


      • Thank you very much for the information, Martin. I was hoping some of the original structure might still be there. Any idea where one might be able to see photographs of the original buildings? Is there an archive online perhaps?

        • DAVE GRIFFITHS says:

          I realise this query is a year old but if you are still interested you will find a truncated entrance to this site on the corner of field lane and valley road leading into Kirkby from
          fazackerly.There was another ROF site encompassed by perimeter rd the other side of kirkby,it is well documented on Kirkby/knowsley local history (council) lots of photo,s
          i think you will like,hope this is of some use.

  • Patricia Clerkin says:

    I am trying to find the name of thepub on the corner of Compton Street Everton. He run the pub some around 1912 and 1930 his name was John Albert Lymer. All that is writtenon the pub is Robinson’s Liverpool Mild and Burtons Bitter Ale. I beieve these brews were acquired by the Marston groupl. Is thereanywhere I could research this further.

  • Hi Martin
    My name is Andrea. I work in a ex-1960s school in Bootle where we have unearthed the original school stone from 1835. It reads, ‘Bootle National School Erected by voluntary contributions on land presente by the Earl of Derby AD 1835.’

    Aside from us who work here, a lot of the local community are interested in learning more about the stone, the site and surrounding area.

    We are planing a local community historic even concentrating on the L20 area of Bootle (we are off Strand Road). We would like as many old maps, photos and memories of this area/Bootle in general so we can create a whole collection of historic data to celebrate the stone we have found and the land we share today.

    Just to give us a head start with the preceedings, can you suggest where is best for us to look, where to go etc? I have contacted Sefton Council, Bootle History and hope the local library service will get back to us with some treasures!

    I look forward to hearing from you. If you need any more info, how we are doing or image of the stone then please let me know.



    • Hi Nav,

      The town hall was built in 1754, so the two best maps are probably the 1725 Chadwick map or the 1785 Eyes map, depending on a before or after view. Both maps have street names, so are fairly detailed. You can Google them easily enough, although you’ll have to hunt for good quality scans. Otherwise take a trip to the Liverpool Record Office, or pick up the Scouse Press Packet No.2+2, which has tonnes of maps in.


  • I lived in 14 carnarvon 1933-53. I remember a jimmy curran ( I fancied him) he was 2 years older and I was 12.we used to play football and catch a girl kiss the girls
    He was lovely lookin with dark hair. Sorry I can’t remember any more. Betty

    • Betty
      My father is James Curran and lived in Carnarvon Street. He was born in 1931 and moved from Liverpool in 1948 when he joined the Army. He lived there with his mum & dad.
      Would this be the one?
      I am tracing family history, so any information is welcomed.

    • Stephen Maudsley says:

      My name is Stephen Maudsley I was born in Carnarvon Street 1953 to parents Frank and Vera, we left about 1959 and moved to Norris Green.

  • I’m looking for Blodwen St, where my Grandad lived in 1911, which seems not to exist anymore, but may have been near Grovenor St

  • Hi,

    I am looking for Cecil Street, it used to be where the Royal Hospital now is. My mother was born there in 1953 and would love to see a picture of it but I am struggling to locate it.

    Do you know where I can find any info? thanks

    • Hi Su,

      The only clue I can find is that Penuel is a place named in the Bible, associated with Jacob’s (later, “Israel”) struggle with an angel, and so there are religious connotations, and Walton Church is close by. I’m not sure if there are more specific reasons. The road was built at the same time as the ones around it, on what looks on old maps like a formal garden next to the vicarage in the east. Perhaps the word held a special meaning to someone involved in the building of the houses.


  • Question:

    Is there (or was there) a Flexler Square within Liverpool (circa 1870-1880) ?
    My great grandfather & his dad sailed on Cunard Line from America to Britain.
    with their final destination being Birmingham England.

    Also, would Liverpool have been the initial port to go to on way to Birmngham ?
    Thanks so much.

    • Hi John,

      Could it have been Faulkner Square? That’s the nearest name I can find / think of, and it was residential at that time, I should think. So they may have stayed with family, friends or in a guesthouse on their journey. Do you think they would have had the means to do this? If they’re travelling *too* Liverpool then they were probably a little well off financially.

      Liverpool could certainly have been a stopping-off place on the way to Birmingham, as it’s got better connections with the midlands than Bristol, which would have been the other major port for people arriving in England.

      Hope this helps,


  • Hello. I am looking for old photos of Barnham drive as a Christmas present. looking around when the houses where first built but would love anything around 1940-1990 if anyone could so kind to help me or point me in the right direction as to find them.

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