Liverpool Lime Street Station was renovated during the 2000s. The entrance was enhanced with walkways and steps and the office tower on the right was removed. The end facade of is floodlit by concealed lighting. Lime Street station dates from 1849. There is a second curved roof on the left.
The approach to Lime Street Station is much improved and provides a more positive impression to people arriving in Liverpool than before. I was especially attracted to this view as previously it wasn't possible to see the station from this angle.
Liverpool Lime Street Station floodlit at night
Canon 550D Despite the low lighting, I was able to take this photo hand held at one eighth of a second. Image stabilisation helped to ensure a shake-free picture.
Liverpool, stations, railways, architecture, restoration, Lanashire