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A new 84-page souvenir book celebrates the Overhead Railway with interviews, archive photos and a potted history of this great achievement.
Nearby, there's another overhead railway bridge, just 200 yards or so from the Solihull border.
In what year did the Liverpool Overhead Railway close?
Other schemes have included driverless pods, light rapid transit and an overhead railway.
At the top is the one remaining carriage of the Liverpool Overhead Railway, which Liverpudlians took to their hearts in the 65 or so years that it ran the length of the dock estate.
A TEENAGER was fighting for life last night after falling on to overhead railway lines carrying 25,000 volts.
Two Midland teenagers suffered an electric shock and burns while playing next to an overhead railway cable carrying 25,000 volts on the West Coast Main Line.
It is just one of four new galleries opening on Friday, which include the whole of the first floor - the others are Liverpool Overhead Railway, City Soldiers and History Detectives.
LIVERPOOL'S famous waterfront is showcased in a new skateboardingthemed film taking in the route of the city's former Overhead Railway.
The new galleries include the Great Port, Overhead Railway, King's Regiment, and a 38 metre (124ft) time traveller's time line charting the history of the city.
We used the Dock Road from Northumberland Street to the Custom House as our leisure area, as we could not afford the fare on the Overhead Railway to travel from the Brunswick Dock to the old Custom House station (renamed the Canning Dock station).
They include the only remaining Overhead Railway motor car, which was winched into place at the site 14 months ago so the Mann Island museum interior could be designed around it.
In which year did Liverpool's Overhead Railway close?
The second phase of work at the new pounds 72m waterfront landmark, which include the Overhead Railway and a 38-metre (125ft) time traveller's timeline, will be officially unveiled on Friday, December 2.