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  1. Fort Perch Rock

    Fort Perch Rock at New Brighton. A coastal Defence Battery built in 1826 to guard the entrance to the Port of Liverpool. The Fort is now in private hands and houses an aircraft museum. New Brighton Lighthouse can be seen beyond the fort.
  2. FLAG at Fort Perch Rock

    Tall ships day on Monday this week saw the M.N. Flag flying together with the ships name pennant from C.P ships EMPRESS OF BRITAIN which had not flown for about 43 years since the ship was sold to the Greeks to be renamed Queen Anna Maria. The pennant was a memento of the E of B which had sat...
  3. FORT PERCH ROCK--tall ships day

    View of crowds at FPR on tall ships day this Monday taken from Radio Room Doorway entrance.
  4. FORT PERCH ROCK---TALL SHIPS DAY

    View of crowds of people trying to get a good view of tall ships on River Mersey this Monday at Fort Perch Rock. View from one of the many Radio Room windows.
  5. FORT PERCH ROCK

    FORT PERCH ROCK, NEW BRIGHTON ON A WINTERY DAY. THE M.N. MARINE RADIO MUSEUM IS IN HERE LOCATED AT TOP RIGHT SIDE OF PICTURE (ROUND TOWER)
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