Radio City Tower, Liverpool

Radio City Tower

Radio City Tower

Date

28 May 2016

Location

Houghton Street, Liverpool
SJ 34816 90357; 53.40597°N, 2.98196°W

Information

Standing 138 m tall, St John’s Beacon was designed by Birmingham architects James A Roberts Associates and was originally intended as a ventilation shaft for the shopping centre below. It was constructed from 1965 to 1969 and in the 1970s it featured the revolving Tower Restaurant together with an observation deck. The restaurant closed in 1978 and briefly re-opened in the 1980s. The tower was renovated in 1999 and re-opened in 2000 as Radio City 96.7, leading to the structure’s alternative local name of the Radio City Tower. In 2011 a viewing gallery was opened to the public.

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Liverpool City Views

138 m (452 ft) tall Radio City Tower, built in 1969

Date

22 October 2011
Location

Liverpool

SJ 35385 89411; 53.39754°N, 2.97321°W

Information

Views of the city of Liverpool and beyond taken from the top of the tower of Liverpool Cathedral.

Radio City Tower (Wikipedia)
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King Liverpool
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (Wikipedia)
Royal Liver Building (Wikipedia)
George’s Dock Ventilation and Central Station of the Mersey Road Tunnel (Liverpool World Heritage)
Burbo Bank Offshore Wind Farm (Wikipedia)
Fort Perch Rock (Wikipedia)
New Brighton Lighthouse (Wikipedia)
Port of Liverpool Wind Farm (Peel Energy)
Seaforth Wind Farm (Peel Energy)

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