Liverpool Landing Stage Vintage Postcards
The port of Liverpool including the Mersey, Gladstone, and other Docks and the Harbor area. The landing stage was used by many of the great steamship lines including Anchor Line, Bibby Line, Blue Funnel Line, Canadian Pacific, Cunard, Cunard White Star, Donaldson, RMSP, Yeoward Line, and others.
Pierhead and River, Liverpool
Liverpool Pier Head on the East Bank of the River Mersey - ca 1910
GGA Image # 87af29da21
Part of Valentine's Series, this postally unused and undated postcard likely dates from around 1910. The original title of Pierhead and River was updated to the current use of Pier Head. If you look closely towards the left, a double-decker bus (motorized) is visible. They were in service from about 1906.
Title: Pierhead and River, Liverpool
PC Mfg. Nbr.: Nbr. 7
Manufacturer: Valentine's Series
Date: undated but circa 1910
Manufactured: Printed in Great Britain
Description: Interesting original photo postcard of the Pier Head and Landing Stage in Liverpool. It was here that such famous liners as the lusitania, Mauretania, and Aquitania tied up.
Dimension: 5.5x3.5 inches
Back Side of Pierhead and River, Liverpool
GGA Image ID # 7e8aa48a2f
Liverpool Landing Stage JV 97707
Tugboats Guide the Cunard Steamship out to Sea with Liverpool Landing Shown in Background | GGA Image ID # 9dd8f27204
In the far background, you can see the Liverpool Dock Office building and just to the right of that, the Cunard Line building. This postally unused postcard from Valentines' "Photo Brown" Series likely dates from the 1910s.
Title: Liverpool Landing Stage
PC Mfg. Nbr.: Nbr. 26-1
PC Series: Photo Brown Series
Date: Undated but circa 1912
Manufactured: Printed in Great Britain.
Description: B&W Photograph of the Cunard RMS Laconia I leaving Liverpool Landing Stage.
Back Side of Liverpool Landing Stage JV 97707
GGA Image ID # 4f0052de97
Landing Stage, Liverpool Colorized Photo Postcard
A Tugboat and Steamship Are Secured to the Landing Stage
GGA Image ID # 59d62a75ed
This early 1900s postcard shows some people strolling in the foreground, with a slightly dense crowd of people beginning with the first steamship in view and extending the remainder of the landing stage until out of sight. Birthday greetings are spread on the back of this postcard.
Back Side of Landing Stage, Liverpool Colorized Photo Postcard
GGA Image ID # 4be3e59a5c
The Dock Offices and Landing Stage, Liverpool
Tender at the Landing Stage Ready for Boarding
GGA Image ID # 6f8363e2f1
The Dock Offices loom large in the backdrop of the landing stage in what appears to be a windy day on the Mersey River. A tender is parked aside the landing stage with people waiting in the queue to board. Postally unused, this PCNCL (Post Card Novelty Company, Liverpool) dates from the late 1800s to early 1900s. The postcard was printed in Germany.
Title: The Dock Offices and Landing Stage, Liverpool
PC Mfg. Nbr.: Nbr. 11
Manufacturer: N PLC Co.
Manufactured: Printed in Germany
Date: Undated but circa 1910
Back Side of The Dock Offices and Landing Stage, Liverpool
GGA Image ID # 935968394c
Liner at Landing Stage, Liverpool - JV56120
Cunarder Now Boarding at the Landing Stage
GGA Image ID # 2a5e7c20dc
Turn of the Twentieth Century Vintage Color Postcard of a Liner at the Landing Stage at Liverpool from Valentine's "Colourtone" Series. Depicts passengers and visitors walking along the landing stage with liner docked at the pier. A Cunard Ocean Liner is boarding passengers with many folks waiting on the landing stage to see their friends and family off on their voyage. A sign on the bottom left reads "Daily Sailings -- City of Dublin Steam Packet Co. Liverpool to Dublin in EIght... [Hours]. This Valentine's "Colourtone" Series postcard is postally unused, but likely dates from the early 1920s.
Title: Liner at Landing Stage, Liverpool
PC Mfg. Nbr.: Nbr. 6074 || 23-1
Manufacturer: Valentine's "Colourtone" Series
Date: Undated but circa 1910
Manufactured: Printed in Great Britain
PC Series Nbr.: Valentine 56120.jv
Back Side of Liner at Landing Stage, Liverpool - JV56120
GGA Image ID # 2edafeaa26
The Liverpool Landing Stage B&W Postcard
The Liverpool Landing Stage in Cloudy Weather
GGA Image ID # 4d84654fb1
This somewhat "Gloomy" image of the early 1900s was published by G. G. Walmsley of Liverpool in their "Bird's Eye" Series. Two small ships are visible while only one was secured to the landing stage. A large group of people is visible on the landing stage.
Back Side of The Liverpool Landing Stage B&W Postcard
GGA Image ID # 6563d153b7
Liverpool - Liners at Landing Stage
Real Photograph of Ocean Liners at Liverpool Landing Stage
GGA Image ID # 9c9c9d7164
The back of the postcard states "This is a real photograph" of ocean liners docked at the landing stage. The photograph is dark from overcast skies and reveals only a few people walking along the landing. The postcard is undated, but we believe it dates from the 1910s.t
Back Side of Liverpool - Liners at Landing Stage
GGA Image ID # 84b0f8a6d3
Colorized View of U.S. Ocean Liner in the process of Docking at Landing Stage
1905 "Home Sweet Home" - View of Landing Stage Liverpool
GGA Image ID # 775980d25d
Postally used colorized postcard of the landing stage shows a view typical of the late 1800s. The painting depicts a large group of people gathering about where the American steamship will eventually dock. A horse-drawn flatbed carriage is clearly visible in the foreground. A Tug and small craft are noticeable in the water between the ship and the landing stage. The Boston postmark was dated 2 September 1905. Postcard publisher was not disclosed but numbered 6074.
Title: Landing Stage, Liverpool
PC Mfg. Nbr.: Nbr. 6074
Date: Undated but circa 1900
Description: Inscription on top of face of card reads: "9-25-05. Home Sweet Home. Tomorrow we sail. Jane"
Back Side of Colorized View of U.S. Ocean Liner in the process of Docking at Landing Stage | GGA Image ID # 105eaf93a0
Departure of Atlantic Liner - Landing Stage Liverpool
How Do You Do? At the Landing Stage After Departure of Atlantic Liner
GGA Image ID # 447e80081d
Whatever happened here is left to the imagination. This postally unused card likely dates from the late 1800s to early 1900s is the first card we have encountered that doesn't show a steamship in view. There are a considerable number of people filling the lower and upper landing stage with Building 46 and the words "Belfast" and "River" clearly visible on the roof. Postcard identified as #7001 Published by Hugo Lang & Co., Liverpool.
Title: Landing Stage Liverpool Departure of Atlantic Liner
PC Mfg Nbr: Nbr. 7991
Manufacturer: Hugo Lang & Co., Liverpool
Date of Issue: Undated but circa 1905
Manufactured: Printed in Prussia.
Description: Vintage Postcard of the Liverpool Landing Stage on the Belfast River.
Back Side of Departure of Atlantic Liner - Landing Stage Liverpool
GGA Image ID # 7b1593c054
Colorized Glossy Photo of the Liverpool Landing Stage - 1908
Well-Done Colorized Glossy of Liverpool Landing Stage
GGA Image ID # 24627eb778
Beautiful F. Harmann postally used postcard is from their Real Glossy Series G. 1079/10, postmarked 25 July 1908. The message is unique in that it is written upside-down sent to a New Zealand address and postmarked at Crewe Railway Station in Crewe, Cheshire, England. There are several horse-drawn carriages on the landing stage which suggests this photograph dates from the late 1800s to very early 1900s. There are several ocean liners visible, two more clearly than the rest. The steamer in the foreground has smoke billowing from its smokestacks so it may be in the process of starting up for the next voyage. The landing stage itself is lightly populated.
Back Side of Colorized Glossy Photo of the Liverpool Landing Stage - 1908 | GGA Image ID # 1c323a182e
Front: Allan Line Steamship at Liverpool Landing Stage 1913. GGA Image ID # 1128688b29
Back: Allan Line Steamship at Liverpool Landing Stage 1913. GGA Image ID # 1128b3c2c8