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June 7, 2013
Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
April 6, 2012
From journal Around the Albert Dock
Northampton, United Kingdom
February 11, 2012
From journal A Day at the Dock
November 22, 2010
From journal A much overdue trip
Blackburn, England, United Kingdom
January 14, 2010
From journal It's Not All Grim Up North!
Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
August 2, 2007
From journal Liverpool Day Tripping
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
July 13, 2002
It was the first structure in UK to be built entirely of cast iron, brick and stone, and was open in July 1846 by Prince Albert. Much of it was badly damaged during World War II air raids. Built to accommodate sailing ships, the docks were closed in 1972. The refurbishment of Albert Dock began in 1983 and the official re-opening ceremony on May 1988 was performed by Prince Charles.
The Albert Dock houses three museums: The Beatles' Story, the Tate Liverpool and the Merseyside Maritime Museum. There is also a Holiday Inn hotel, over 30 office units, 115 luxury apartments with views of River Mersey and a dozen of restaurants, bars and cafes.
From journal Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! The Beatles and more
by Cheryl Morgan
July 14, 2001
What can you find there? Well, try this lot:
If that is not enough for you, there are shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants, and all of this within a couple of blocks. You will probably need a couple of days to see it all. I had an afternoon, and I managed to do the Tate, some shopping and a pub. By that time my feet had had enough.
Talking of feet, much of the area is cobbled. You should most definitely not come here in heels, and even comfortable courts like I was wearing will not protect you for long. Stout walking shoes are recommended.
From journal Looking for Liverpool