By mid-century Liverpool’s place on the tourist circuit had become well-established. This chapter gives a broad range of social descriptions offered by travellers, including details from Frederick Law Olmsted, the designer of Central Park. There are snapshots of key buildings and urban scenes as well as glimpses of the means of transport.
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