Ideas for a Maritime Museum in Liverpool

By R W Paget-Tomlinson, published November 1965


This looks at the establishment of a museum in Liverpool at the Albert Docks to celebrate the merchant maritime history of the port. It suggests the areas and items that should be incorporated, including a large merchant marine model collection. The reasons against the preservation of a large vessel are given, but seeks a full-scale marine engine. This museum is now the Merseyside Maritime Museum and has a Liverpool Pilot Cutter as part of the museum.

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Filed under: Irish Sea | Other (Twentieth C)
Subjects include: Historic Vessels, Museums & Restoration | Merchant Marines | Shipbuilding & Design

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