Architecture

Building the Museum of Liverpool – II

Construction of the new Museum of Liverpool at the Pier Head. (Pete Carr)

2nd February, 2008. The inner section of the Museum of Liverpool is growing fast, but the two main galleries are yet to be built.

 (Pete Carr)

16th February, 2008. Progress is made on constructing the two main galleries.

 (Pete Carr)

29th May, 2008. A massive difference since February. You can really see the shape of the museum now. Taken on top of the Hilton Hotel.

 (Pete Carr)

2nd July, 2008. The larger cranes have gone since I last took a photo from this angle. It’s just the museum now.

 (Pete Carr)

19th July, 2008. A lot more of the inner covering has been put on.

 (Pete Carr)

21st July, 2008. A close up view from the river during the Tall Ships event.

 (Pete Carr)

3rd October, 2008. The museum is starting to look less like a frame and more like a building now.

 (Pete Carr)

3rd October, 2008. Angle showing the roof. The circle in the middle is where the stunning staircase will be.

 (Pete Carr)

18th October, 2008. The outer cladding is applied to the museum.

 (Pete Carr)

28th October, 2008. A close up view showing some of the interior.

1 comment on “Building the Museum of Liverpool – II

  1. I enjoyed your blog..Liverpool looks really cool..Great work

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