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Liverpool's population increased 60 times over between 1700 and 1850 and the physical expression of this was relentless urban expansion. The legacy of this remarkable epoch is a vital part of the Liverpool cityscape: in its core and its suburbs still remain fine mansions, squares and terraces. In this book, architectural historian Garry Miller investigates and analyses the houses that survive, examining architectural styles, details and plans as well as builders and residents. Miller utilises present-day photography and revealing archive images to accompany an engaging text which includes a street-by street inventory of buildings.
Garry Miller is an architectural historian and advisor on the conservation of historic buildings. He is the author of Historic Houses of Lancashire: The Douglas Valley, 1300–1770.