Last Updated : 30 Aug 2009


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Here are some of the historic pubs of Liverpool.

'The American Eagle' pub in Paradise StreetAmerican Eagle – This pub which is situated in Paradise Street is over one hundred years old. Nearby, America's first ever Consul, James Maury had his office. The eagle can still be clearly seen in this 1999 photo despite the fact the owner of the business is no longer using the orginal name.

Baltimore Clipper – had a landlady known as "Handsome Mary".

Dukes Crown – situated at Wapping, the landlady was known as "Fat Annie or Mrs Cunningham".

Ma Boyles – built 1880 and situated at Old Hall Street and Chapel Street.

Nook – a Chinese pub in Nelson Street in Liverpool's Chinatown.

Philharmonic Hotel – situated at Hope Street and Hardman Street and the work of architect Walter Thomas.

Slaughterhouse – situated at Fenwick Street this pub was built in the reign of George III by wine merchants importing from France, Spain and Portugal.

Vines – situated at Lime Street and another pub by the architect Walter Thomas.

'The Cotton Picker' pub in Rose Street'The Dingle' pub in Park Road