12 photos that capture the true beauty of Port Sunlight
PUBLISHED: 00:00 10 September 2016 | UPDATED: 20:43 26 January 2018
This model village on the Wirral penninsula is a very photogenic subject.
Port Sunlight photography
Cottages, Port Sunlight by Karol Gajewski
Dell Bridge, Port Sunlight by Paula O'Hara
Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight by Paula O'Hara
Flower bed at Bath Street, Port Sunlight by John Cocks
Greendale Road leading to Lever House by John Cocks
Lady Lever Art Gallery by John Cocks
Port Sunlight Cottages by Paula O'Hara
Port Sunlight Leaves by Andrew Burgess
Port Sunlight Village by George Standen
Port Sunlight Village by Paula O'Hara
Port Sunlight by George Standen
Port Sunlight house in bloom by Roger Hazlewood
Port Sunlight on the Wirral was built to accommodate the workers of the Lever Brothers soap factory, the village was named after a popular cleaning product that the company produced.
If you’re looking to capture some local social history, then the cottages and houses of Port Sunlight give an insight of how the working people lived here, a world away from the typically harsh living conditions of other parts of the Industrial North.
The jewel in the crown of the village is undoubtedly the Lady Lever Art Gallery, once you have taken shots of the aesthetically pleasing building and its surroundings, then do have a venture inside. The Gallery is renowned for hosting unique exhibitions and as well housing an interesting permanent art collection.
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