Liverpool's Albert Dock gets royal title

Liverpool's Albert Dock gets royal title
 

Liverpool's Albert Dock has been granted a royal title to mark its role in the city's maritime history.
The Grade I listed site will become known as Royal Albert Dock as part of the 175th anniversary plans in 2021.
It was officially opened by Queen Victoria's husband Prince Albert on 30 July 1846 and redeveloped into a visitor attraction in the 1980s.
The official notice of royal status will be presented in a ceremony at Tate Liverpool later.
The Albert Dock, designed by architect and dock engineer Jesse Hartley, was given Grade I listed status in 1952 but was abandoned 20 years later.
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6 June 2018 in Regional, Views: 58
Source: BBC
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