The sight of the submarine took me back a few decades to the famous song The Yellow Submarine by the Beatles.
From what I saw, these boats are available on hire (in docked condition) where you can have a party inside. Next to that is the Titanic and hence the tilt to the aft in the boat.
The skyline shows the modern buildings and the two birds watching over the city from the Royal Liver Building.
According to popular legend, they are male and female pair, the female looking out to sea, watching for the seamen to return safely home, while the male looks towards the city to watch over and protect the families of the seamen. The liver bird is the symbol of the English city of Liverpool. Most of the old buildings have this pulley system to haul up the furniture, probably the stairs are too narrow to lug them up.
Liverpool is a lively and happy happy place, famous for the birthplace of the Beatles. As the plaque below says, the Beatles are synonymous with the city. I liked the Bronze statue erected at the pier side and could be the most photographed statue in Liverpool.
Penny Lane could be the street that is most photographed. John Lenon and Paul McCartney used to meet at Penny Lane to catch a bus to town. Their shared childhood experiences on the street inspired them to write the song which was released in 1967
Drove around and managed to get some pictures of Liverpool. (made a short video on it) The Metropolitan Cathedral built in 1967 has a modern look compared to the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
The suitcases you see at Hope Street are actually cast in concrete and if you look closely you can see the names of people who were from the city of Liverpool like Charles Dickens, , Henry Booth, Dr Malcolm Sargent, Sir Robert Jones and The Beatles (all four).
And finally a picture that I was looking for in Liverpool