- published: 30 Nov 2016
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A brand new statue of the Beatles now sits on Liverpool’s waterfront. It was unveiled in front of the Cunard Building fifty years after the Beatles had their last performance in Liverpool. The artwork depicts the Fab Four walking along the Pier Head. It was gifted to the city by the Cavern Club the venue where the Beatles were first discovered. Bay TV went along to catch the first glimpse of the sculpture.
Please watch in 1080 HD. Shot between spring and summer of 2014. Features the Liverpool Waterfront and the cruise liners MV Celebrity "Infinity" and MV "Discovery" from Cruise and Maritime Voyages, on their frequent visits this year . Some clips are a little shaky due to the persistent wind this year. Soundtrack is Copyright: The Verve, "Lucky Man" on Hut Records 1997. Written by Richard Ashcroft
A heartwarming film shot at Liverpool's amazing waterfront. Filmed during the summer months it will make you feel proud to be from Liverpool. Spectacular scenery and the great people of Liverpool all coming together in a beautiful place to enjoy the sun.
The Strand at Liverpool is a huge 8 lane dualed carriageway seperating the shopping and buisness area from the Unesco listed heritage waterfront,plans are in progress to reduce this huge scar of a road to 2 lanes each way, with better crossing points and cycle lanes, using the space for various events etc, reducing pollution,and making it easier to access both parts of the city.
Days 36-39 Welcome to Liverpool! We caught the coach with National Express and stayed at Hatters Hostel Liverpool. We started our experience with perfect weather at Albert Dock and walked along Pier Head, Liverpool's water front. We then visited the Liverpool Museum and the International Slavery Museum. As well as Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral and Liverpool Cathedral. On out last day here we walked to Anfield stadium, home of the Liverpool Football Team. --------------Follow us on social media:------------- 📷Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/roamingsisters/ 🐦Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoamingSisters/ 👍Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/roamingsisters/ 👻Lisa's Snapchat: @lisa1994xx 👻Kim's Snapchat: @kimbaar --------------------------------------------------------------------- 🎥F...
This is a film rooted in a particular place and time - the south-central Liverpool waterfront from to the 1950s to the 1970s. It is also about Liverpool in the twenty-first century. A documentary exploring the lives and memories of people who lived and worked on Liverpool's central waterfront and the changes they have witnessed. A film by Tim Brunsden and Sam Meech. Created as part of the Mapping Memory research project. This film was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through its Beyond Text research programme. http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/mappingmemory http://projects.beyondtext.ac.uk/sg-graeme-milne/index.php
Unissued / Unused material - Liverpool, Merseyside. VS of tugs, boats and ships in Liverpool Docks. One of the large ships is called 'Bunga Tanjong'. The tug is called 'Coburg'. A large floating crane is moved about. LS of the Liver Building. FILM ID:3290.02 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
Update: The reason for this video is to show how beautiful the waterfront off Liverpool city is, all the magnificent buildings and docks come alive at night. The crash was not intended what so ever, that was just a misfortunate occurance and I apologise for anyone who has been offended by the footage.