Birkenhead park lake, Roman boathouse

Birkenhead park lake, Roman boathouse

This is the `Roman Boathouse` in Birkenhead park, wirral. Situated on one of the two magnificent lakes in the park. In 1850, American landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted arrived by ship in Liverpool. During his stay in Northwest England, he paid a visit to Birkenhead Park and enterprising spirit that are supposed to distinguish the nineteenth century. In 1858, he and Calvert Vaux won the competition to design Central Park, for New York.

Rob Lester

Image size: 4205 x 2803, 11.87Mb | Camera details: Canon EOS 6D | Date uploaded: 16/10/2018

Rob Lester | Birkenhead park lake, Roman boathouse
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