Cunard Building (Liverpool) Reviews
Description:Address: Water St / Cunard Building / Liverpool / L3 1QB
Newest Review: ... run by the private and public sector organisations. William Edward Willink and Philip Coldwell Thicknesse were the designers of the building and it was constructed in 1920 to house the headquarters of the Cunard Line, a British/American shipping company who were the pioneers of transatlantic travel. The building closed its doors to the shipping company in the late 1960s but still kept the ... more
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by - written on 24/05/13 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Growing up in Lancashire I often heard the words Pier Head mentioned. This was usually when my parents were talking about the River Mersey and catching a ferry. As a child I never took a lot of notice of the buildings that lined Pier Head like the Port of Liverpool Building, the Royal Liver Building and the fancy building that was built in Italian Renaissance style called the Cunard Building. Seeing this wonderful building that is really graceful and reminds me of an Italian palace made me very, very happy and I couldn't wait to find out more about its history. It is such a shame that this building along with the other two that make up The Three Graces aren't ... Read the complete review
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