Lewis's Liverpool :: Shared Description

David Lewis opened his first store in Liverpool in 1856. Other stores were opened around the country but finally the last store to trade under this name was the one in Liverpool. Lewis's department store closed its doors for the last time on 29th May 2010. It is reported that the building will undergo a 35 million pound refurbishment. For more information see LinkExternal link
by John S Turner
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SJ3590 : Lewis's - panel over the right hand corner door by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's window by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - view across Renshaw Street by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - Renshaw Street entrance by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's staircase by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - the end of an era by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - side door in Ranelagh Street by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - panel over the central corner door by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - plaque for founder David Lewis by John S Turner
SJ3590 : Lewis's - panel over the left hand corner door by John S Turner
SJ3490 : A high level view of Lime Street  1964 by Alan Murray-Rust
SJ3590 : Lewis's - corner entrance by John S Turner


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Created: Sat, 5 Jun 2010, Updated: Sat, 5 Jun 2010

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