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The Mersey

I looked into the dark muddy waters.
just how many has it taken of sons and daughters?
Some it has taken to far off lands,
others suffered at another's hands.

The docks now all tarted and jolly,
but wasn't that long ago it would have been quite melancholy.
A transport of goods from here to there.
Trade that wouldn't always be considered fair.
Horses and men working long n hard.
Shifting goods from ship to the yard.
Steam trains waiting patiently for their trucks to be loaded.
Whilst the horses drawing the trucks have to be coaxed and goaded.

Noise, smoke, soot and dust;
heavy machinery coated in rust.
All for a common aim, to move goods again and again.


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The SuperLambBananas
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Liverpool Museum
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The above was original design for Liverpool Cathedral
But they ran out of money so many times,
that after building the crypt (which is bigger than St. Pauls),
they built the modern day design cathedral that stands today.

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I hope you have enjoyed our tour of Liverpool, by no means is this a comprehensive cover of the city, we mainly focused on the docks area. Straying into the shopping centre. 
We also visited the Beetles Story, see separate page for that. 






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