Abercrombie ( 1975 - 2000) was a bay harness racing horse by Silent Majority out of Bergdorf by Duane Hanover. He won the E. Roland Harriman Award for harness horse of the year in 1978. He won 22 of his 33 races in 1978, including the Messenger Stakes, the Prix d'Été, and the Adios Stakes. His best time for the mile was 1:53, achieved when he was four years old. He was trained and driven by Glen Garnsey. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abercrombie"
The Archbishop of Liverpool heads the Catholic Archdiocese of Liverpool in England. As such he is the Metropolitan Archbishop of the Province of Liverpool, known also on occasion as the Northern Province. ...more on Wikipedia about "Archbishop of Liverpool"
BBC Radio Merseyside is the BBC Local Radio service for the English metropolitan county of Merseyside and north Cheshire. The third BBC local radio station to launch on 22 November 1967, it broadcasts from its studios in Paradise St, Liverpool on 95.8 (Allerton Park) FM, 1485 (Wallasey) MW and DAB. ...more on Wikipedia about "BBC Radio Merseyside"
The Bishop of Liverpool is the Ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of Liverpool in the Province of York. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bishop of Liverpool"
Cast Iron Shore is a rather grim stretch of the Mersey Banks at the south end of the City of Liverpool. It is featured in John Lennon's song "Glass Onion" and is also mentioned in "The Skipper's Lament" by Liverpool songwriter John Haines (nicknamed Josh Rogan). ...more on Wikipedia about "Cast Iron Shore"
The Cavern Club, which was opened on January 16, 1957, is a legendary rock and roll club at 10 Mathew Street, Liverpool, England, where Brian Epstein was introduced to the Beatles on 9 November 1961. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cavern Club"
Derek John Harford Worlock CH ( February 4, 1920 – February 8, 1996) was Archbishop of Liverpool. ...more on Wikipedia about "Derek Worlock"
Fritz Spiegl ( January 27, 1926 - March 23, 2003) was an Austrian-born musician, journalist, broadcaster, humorist and collector who since 1939 had lived and worked in England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fritz Spiegl"
The Holy Land is an area of south Toxteth, Liverpool, composed of several streets with biblical names, Mosses Street, Issac Street, Jacob Street, David Street. The streets are Victorian terraced houses, the names reflect the evangelical christian ethos that pervaded at the time. Rather than any connection to Toxteths religous past. ...more on Wikipedia about "Holy Land (Liverpool)"
The International Exhibition of Navigation, Commerce and Industry in Liverpool, England, was opened by Queen Victoria on 11 May 1886. ...more on Wikipedia about "International Exhibition of Navigation, Commerce and Industry (1886)"
Lime Street in Liverpool, England was created as a street in 1790. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lime Street (Liverpool)"
The Liver bird is the symbol of the city of Liverpool, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liver bird"
Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in Northwest England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool"
The Liverpool Echo and Liverpool Daily Post are two newspapers published by Trinity Mirror on Merseyside in the United Kingdom. They are published each weekday, the Echo being Liverpool's evening newspaper while the Daily Post, published in Merseyside, Cheshire, and North Wales editions, is the morning paper. The Liverpool Echo, with a readership of around 400,000 (circulation approx 138,000 copies), is the second most-widely read evening newspaper in the country, after the Evening Standard. Historically the two newspapers were published by the Liverpool Daily Post & Echo Ltd. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool Daily Post & Echo"
The Liverpool Dockers' Strike lasted from 1995 to 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool Dockers' Strike"
Liverpool Medical Institution on Hope Street traces it's origins back to Liverpool Medical Library in 1779. Today it exists foster an environment for furthering medical education and knowledge, as a multi-disciplinary and multi-specialty postgraduate level organisation with a varied programme of weekly meetings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool Medical Institution"
The Liverpool Poets were a group of influential 1960s poets from Liverpool, England, heavily influenced by the 1950s Beat poetry. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool poets"
The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine was founded on 12 November 1898, by a donation from Sir Alfred Lewis Jones, a Liverpool Shipowner. The donation of £350 created the first school of its kind. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine"
The Liverpool Students' Union is the representative body for all students studying at Liverpool John Moores University, England; membership is automatic upon enrolment. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool Students' Union"
The Liverpool Telescope is a 2 m fully robotic telescope, meaning that it can be remotely operated and also run without human intervention once given a list of observations to make. It is the largest robotic telescope in the world to be used primarily for research. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liverpool Telescope"
Magic 1548 is a local commercial radio station in the Liverpool area of England, on the frequency of 1548 AM. Magic is a sister station to Radio City, with which it shares studios atop St. John's Beacon in Liverpool city centre. ...more on Wikipedia about "Magic 1548"
In the English city of Liverpool, Plastic Scouser is a term used to describe a person who sounds Scouse but lives on the other side of the River Mersey to the city itself. Usually people in Birkenhead and Wallasey are referred to by this term. ...more on Wikipedia about "Plastic Scouser"
Garston Docks on the River Mersey at Garston, Merseyside, England. Is a collection of docks operated by Associated British Ports. ...more on Wikipedia about "Port of Garston"
The Port of Liverpool Police is a small non- Home Office police force with the responsibility of policing the Liverpool, Bootle and Birkenhead Dock Estates. The force was formed on 19 June 1975. ...more on Wikipedia about "Port of Liverpool Police"
Quiggins is a collection of some 40 small alternative stores in the city centre of Liverpool, England. The original Quiggins centre was set up as an antique trading business, but parts of the building were rented out to other antique traders. The centre has diversified into providing space for specialist and alternative stores. ...more on Wikipedia about "Quiggins"
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