2 edition of story of the Mersey Tunnel, officially named Queensway. found in the catalog.
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'The Story of The Mersey Tunnel Officially named Queensway' A page book with the above title was published in on the occasion of the official opening. A high quality facsimile may be purchased during the tunnel tours (see below).
This gives an excellent description of the tunnel and its construction, and includes the contemporary adverts placed by suppliers and contractors. InBasil Mott joined forces with Sir Maurice Fitzmaurice and John Brodie to advise on the best way to build a new crossing of the river Mersey in Liverpool.
In a tunnel was recommended. Mott, Hay and Anderson subsequently designed the works and supervised the construction of the tunnel. The tunnel, named Queensway was opened in July Defunct: Mersey Tunnels Joint Committee, The Story of the Mersey Tunnel, officially named Queensway, Anderson, D., The Construction of the Mersey Tunnel, PaperJournal of the Institution of Civil Engineers –36, vol.
2, pp – The Story of the Mersey Tunnel officially named Queensway. Liverpool, Charles Birchall & Sons, . Folio (25,5 cm x 33 cm). XXX, pages.
With 44 portraits and 30 pages of advertising for local english companies that have helped to complete the Tunnel. Original, illustrated softcover. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external. The Mersey Tunnel and a great selection of related books, The Story Of The Mersey Tunnel - Officially Named Queensway.
Used. Softcover. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. The Story of the Mersey Tunnel Officially Named Queensway. Fair. £ + £ P&P. Picture Information. Opens image gallery QUEENSWAY BOOKS. James Arney.
U City Commerce Centre. Marsh Lane. Southampton. Hampshire. SO14 3EW. United Kingdom. Complete information. VAT number: GB The Mersey Tunnels connect the city of Liverpool with Wirral, under the River Mersey. There are three tunnels: the Mersey Railway Tunnel (opened ), and two road tunnels, the Queensway Tunnel (opened ) and the Kingsway Tunnel (opened ).
saw the opening by King George V and Queen Mary of the Mersey Tunnel (Queensway) here is a view of the crowd which thronged the area. 16 of 26 The Queensway Tunnel,looking towards. The Mersey Mole" was the name given to the huge mechanical boring machine which sliced its way through the ground from Wallasey to Liverpool when the Wallasey tunnel.
Railways, Tunnels, Follies and Canals. Books on Railways, Follies, Tunnels and Canals and related items. Railways (5 Products) [Used] The Story Of The Mersey Tunnel - Officially Named Queensway. Published on behalf of Mersey Travel, Sb x. Known as the Queensway Tunnel, it was at the time the only road tunnel under the River Mersey; it had opened in It soon replaced the car ferries and luggage boats.
The tower of the Municipal Buildings on Dale Street dominates the sky-line to the left. Birkenhead Queensway Tunnel construction image circa s. The Mersey Joint Committee was set up to oversee the project and included ten nominees from Liverpool and seven from Birkenhead. the mersey tunnel, it's story by the mersey tunnel joint committee THIS HARDBACK IS CLOTH COVERED WITH NO DAMAGE ONLY LIGHT HANDLING MARKS.
THE OWNERS NAME IS PRINTED ON THE FLY SHEET, THE BOOK HAS FOXING ON THE FLY AND LAST SHEET AND LIGHT FOXING ON THE EDGES OF PAGES,OTHERWISE ALL PAGES AND.
The Queensway Tunnel, the first road link under the Mersey, was opened on 18 July by King George V after almost nine years of work. Following the official opening the tunnel was opened for a. The opening of Queensway (Mersey) Tunnel in on 18th July was a key moment in the modern history of Liverpool, and connected Kings Square in Birkenhead with Old Haymarket in Liverpool.
At the time of opening, the tunnel at a little over two miles long was the largest underwater road tunnel in the world. Slow drive through the Queensway Tunnel. Birkenhead to Liverpool. Mersey Tunnel Drive Through Liverpool to Birkenhead - Duration: Keith Lloyd 3, views.
Queensway Tunnel. The Queensway Tunnel is a road tunnel under the River Mersey, in the north west of England, between Liverpool and Birkenhead. Locally, it is often referred to as the Birkenhead Tunnel or Old Tunnel, to distinguish it from the newer Kingsway Tunnel (), which serves Wallasey and the M53 motorway on: Merseyside, England.
Mersey Tunnels - 60 years. The story from the s and s through to the s. A moving picture record to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of the opening of Queensway linking Birkenhead and. CHARLES BIRCHALL & SONS (PUB): A STORY OF THE MERSEY TUNNEL OFFICIALLY NAMED QUEENSWAY, Liverpool , 44 portraits and 30 pages of advertising for local English companies that have helped to complete the tunnel, xxx pages, original pictorial card wraps worn + FRITZ SPIEGL (ED): TWO "LIVERPOOL PACKETS" reprinted in.
The length of the main tunnel is 3, yards, and the branch tunnels on either side of the river bring the total length of roadway to 5, yards. Work was started on the Mersey Tunnel on Decemand it was officially named Queensway and opened by King George V on J (Page 39) The World’s Largest Underwater Tunnel.
History of Mersey tunnels. This DVD was given out at the event on the 15th June as a reminder of how the tunnels where created and the openings. Enjoy. Liverpool's first tunnel under the Mersey: Queensway, after Queen Mary. A beautiful monument to industry and economic wealth decorated in the futuristic and optimistic art deco style of the period.
The cost of using the Mersey tunnel has officially been frozen but some campaigners are calling for it to be scrapped altogether. The Liverpool City Region's Combined Authority has approved plans. The main tunnel (there were branch tunnels at either end) would be 2 miles yards long, and it would be wide enough for 4 lanes of traffic with a total interior diameter of 44 feet.
On the 18th Julyoverpeople gathered at the Old Haymarket to watch King George V and Queen Mary, officially open the Queensway tunnel. The book is probably out of print, but can be obtained at the Book Clearance Centre in St John's Precinct. - 2 booklets published by the old Mersey Tunnel Joints Committee.
They are called "Mersey Tunnels - The Story of an Undertaking" and "Mersey Tunnels 2". They are in Birkenhead and Liverpool central libraries, and some branch libraries. The length of the main tunnel is 3, yards, and the branch tunnels on either side of the river bring the total length of roadway to 5, yards.
Work was started on the Mersey Tunnel on Decemand it was officially named Queensway and opened by pins. And if you want to walk at least part way under the Mersey, you can go behind the scenes at the Birkenhead Tunnel on one of Merseytravel’s Mersey Tunnel tolls.
Those tours include visits to the Author: Alistair Houghton. The Story of the Mersey Tunnel, officially named Queensway, ; I did a bit of wiki detective work last year and it appears to have originated at Paul W, who put "ventilator shafts for the Mersey Tunnel" onto the list of works by Giles Gilbert Scott.
18 months later, Irate modified Queensway Tunnel to assign the design of New Quay vent station to GGS. Image caption The Queensway tunnel was used during the four-day shoot.
Harry Potter fans are able to tour the Mersey tunnel that hosted a chase scene in his latest film. The wizard and Hagrid. Two drawings of the Woodside Ventilation Station for the Queensway tunnel beneath the River Mersey. The drawings are from a battered copy of The Story of the Mersey Tunnel Officially Named Queensway published by Charles Birchall and Sons ().
And Mersey Tunnels Police Inspector Mark O’Neill said: “Due to a vehicle causing damage to a number of lights the Queensway Mersey Tunnel is currently closed in. Queensway Tunnel, Liverpool.
79 likes 1, were here. The Queensway Tunnel is a road tunnel under the River Mersey, in the north west of England, /5().
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The opening of the Queensway Tunnel in was a key moment in the modern history of Liverpool. Named in honour of Queen Mary, the tunnel (or 'wonder tube' as it was described in a newsreel item on the event), connects Kings Square in Birkenhead with Old Haymarket in Liverpool, and at the time of opening was the longest underwater tunnel in the world.
Transactions of the Liverpool Engineering Society, vol. 45, pp. – Mersey Tunnels Joint Committee, The Story of the Mersey Tunnel, officially named Queensway. Mott, Hay and Anderson (1, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Journal of the Institution of Civil Engineers – 2: – Why was it actually abandoned.
The tunnel was designed for tram use Birkenhead was against it because of the ferry but that doesn't make sense. Did Birkenhead control the ferry. They controlled a lot of trams so would have benefited I know Wallasey, Bootle and the trains were not happy.
IET Young Professionals Visit to the Mersey Tunnels Tour This is a great visit, it combines great engineering, amazing architecture and really good guides. From the giant fans to the view of the traffic running through the tunnel, is a fantastic experience.5/5(K).
The start of the Liverpool-Chester-Liverpool Bike Ride took riders through the Queensway Tunnel under the River Mersey. The tunnel is usually closed to cyclists.
The Monument to the Mersey Tunnel stands in Chester Street, Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside, England, near the western entrance to the Queensway Tunnel, one of the two Mersey Tunnels carrying roads under the River Mersey between Liverpool and the Wirral. It consists of shaft with a light on the top, and originally had the dual purpose of being a monument and of illuminating.
On the south side of the Mersey in Birkenhead there are three more air shafts for the Queensway Tunnel, also by Rowse, and also Grade II listed. While the northern shaft is finished in gleaming Portland stone, the ones in Birkenhead are plain brick, and enhanced with bands of chevron and scallop decoration (says the listing – see the stuff I.
A 2 hour guided tour taking in the workings of the Georges Dock Ventilation building and the underground service facilities of the Queensway tunnel. Fascinating and very informative with a start in the magnificent Art Deco Georges Dock building and then a trip right under the Mersey to view the tunnel (even emerging at the roadside) and the 4/5(K).: birkenhead.
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If you plan to take the Docks exit at the Liverpool end be sure to enter the tunnel at the Birkenhead in the nearside (ie extreme lefthand) lane as you can only take the exit spur from that to speed your entry to the tunnel it helps to have the exact toll £ in cash so you can use the automatic cash basket booths and not queue for change.