St. Paul’s Church, St. Pauls Square

A new square, initially referred to as Saint Paul’s Church-yard, was laid out in 1760 and surround by spacious three-storey Georgian ‘mansions’ occupied by wealthy merchants, captains, and gentlemen. On the west side it was open to Ladies Walk, Maiden’s Green and views of The Mersey, still at this time a fashionable bathing spot.

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