Total steps: 6
Total steps: 6
The Hardmans' House, 59 Rodney Street, grid ref: SJ353896
From 59 Rodney Street, turn left and head down Rodney Street towards the Anglican cathedral.
View the cathedral from Upper Duke Street or take a detour to have a look around inside.
Keep walking along Upper Duke Street with the Anglican cathedral on your right. Turn left onto Hope Street. You will see the Roman Catholic cathedral ahead of you. On Hope Street you will pass a number of places that Hardman photographed.
At the end of the road stop and explore the Roman Catholic cathedral.
From the cathedral, turn right, heading downhill towards the city centre. At the large junction at the end of Mount Pleasant turn left onto Renshaw Street and cross the road. Walk along Renshaw Street until Newington Street on the right. Walk down here towards Bold Street. Turn left onto Bold Street. At the end of the street you will see the steps up to St Luke's Church.
From the church, walk back up Leece Street (which becomes Hardman Street) to Rodney Street, turn right on to Rodney Street and walk back to Number 59.
The Hardmans' House, 59 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L1 9EX. Grid ref: SJ353896
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