Cropper Street runs parallel to Renshaw Street in the centre of Liverpool.
It is bounded on one side by a stone wall on the other side of which is the cutting which once carried railway tracks to Liverpool Central Station. Liverpool Central high level station was closed in 1972 and the building and train shed were demolished. This view has remarkablly few modern elements - apart from the lamps and double yellow lines, and provides an interesting perspective on the towers of St Lukes and the Anglican Cathedral.
Cropper St Liverpool with towers of St Lukes and Anglican Cathedral
Nikon D200 digital camera
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