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Friends of Williamson"s tunnels Information Pack, second in a series of booklets by FOWT. by

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Published by Friends of Williamson"s tunnels in Liverpool .
Written in English


  • Williamson, Joseph.

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  Visiting the Williamson Tunnels is a unique experience. Many are so impressed as to visit again and again. With FoWT you can visit and experience the startling multi-layered depths of the Paddington tunnels. And a couple of times a year climb down into the famous Banqueting Hall and Wine Bins under the Mason Street house :// Friends of Willimason’s Tunnels run a couple of different tours and vary depending on if you are a member of their organisation. For Non Members you can visit the amazing four storey Chambers of Paddington which was discovered by the team in Volunteers emptied tonnes of rubble from within the Cathedral like space to uncover the site’s deepest chamber at 60 ft below ground level! Friends of the Williamson’s Tunnels I have visited the house site and the Paddington site of the Williamson’s Tunnel in Liverpool on separate occasions. The first time was just myself and my wife along with a friend, armed with a night vision camcorder, digital camera and a voice recorder. Like all the other investigations that   To book your slot, either telephone us on (leave a message with your name & phone No. and if possible an e-mail address) or e-mail us on: [email protected] Trustee, Guide and Photographer for the Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels View all posts by chrisiles

  If you have ever visited Paddington, you will have been inside the "Mile Tunnel". This short tunnel, so called because when Charles Hand visited Paddington in , along with members of the "Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire". During their visit it was reported that "they went for nearly a mile before giving up their The Friends of Williamson's Tunnels (FoWT) charity, who give up their weekends to carry out the back-breaking work, said they would soon be ready to move on to the next stage, which involves Followers, Following, 25 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Friends Of Williamsons Tunnels (@williamsontunnels_fowt) Friends of Williamson's Tunnels, Liverpool. 9,8 mil Me gusta. Williamson's Tunnels

Hotels near Williamson’s Tunnels – Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels: ( km) I Liv Aparthotel ( km) Sidney Place ( km) 2 Blackburne Terrace ( km) Hope Street Hotel ( km) The Resident Liverpool; View all hotels near Williamson’s Tunnels – Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels on Tripadvisor Friends of Williamson's Tunnels, Liverpool. K likes. Williamson's Tunnels. Natasha’s tour finished off at Paddington where she was given a look at all our amazing artefacts we have on display that we have uncovered during our digging there from over the years Friends of Williamson's Tunnels, Liverpool. K likes. Williamson's Tunnels. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ://   The Williamson Tunnels are a series of extensive subterranean excavations, of unknown purpose, in the Edge Hill area of Liverpool, are thought to have been created under the direction of tobacco merchant, landowner and philanthropist Joseph Williamson between and Although popularly described as "tunnels", the majority comprise brick or stone vaulting over