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Building the Museum of Liverpool – III

 (Pete Carr)

This is the final part of the ‘Building the Museum of Liverpool’ series. Though I have a couple more posts lined up showing off the interior and exterior from my visit last year.

28th October, 2008. A man stops to photograph the museum.

 (Pete Carr)

3rd April, 2009. Cladding is nearing completion and the museum is starting to look like a finished product.

 (Pete Carr)

19th August, 2009. My first site visit. The museum looks stunning at dusk.

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19th August, 2009. Still very much a construction site.

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11th September, 2009. Sunset hits the museum. The giant window is now complete and reflects the stunning views over the Mersey.

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18th September, 2009. The updated Liverpool waterfront.

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25th September, 2009. The giant window is used as a cinema screen in one of the most spectacular open air cinemas I’ve ever been to.

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1st October, 2009. The cladding appears to be complete and looks stunning.

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20th October, 2009. The Queen Mary 2 visits Liverpool and the museum looks nearly complete, from the air at least.

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20th October, 2009. The Museum of Liverpool from the air. At this point you can see the roof is now complete, but there appears to be lots to do.