Contact Publishers of Liverpool Docks

Email: info@saveliverpooldocks.co.uk

public-transport-liverpoolHow to Get to the Liverpool Docks

Albert Dock, 22, Edward Pavilion, Liverpool, Merseyside L3 4AF

If travelling to the docks via public transport Liver James Street station is a short 10 minute walk away and alternatively Liverpool One Bus Station stops opposite Albert Dock.

To find out more about the public transport services in Liverpool and the North West click here.

What We Promote

The preservation of the existing dock network and water spaces - the jewels in Liverpool's crown

Excavation of in filled docks to reclaim water spaces, our history and heritage

The construction of the new Amsterdam at Liverpool and Wirral

Liverpool Docks Populated the New World

More emigrants departed from Liverpool than any other port in the populating of the New World - the largest migration of people in history. Liverpool docks are the counterpart of the piers of the Lower East Side of Manhattan and Ellis Island - two historical sites valued and preserved by the USA.

The United Nations described Liverpool Docks as being of “universal human significance”. Liverpool is custodian of these docks which are of world importance in the history of mankind.