Church of St Luke, Liverpool

This is the front of the church of St. Luke in Liverpool, on the corner of Berry Street and Leece Street opposite the top of Bold Street. From this angle it looks like a normal 19th century church, but on closer inspection all is not as it seems. This church is known locally as the bombed-out church, as on the 5th May 1941 it was hit and burned by an incendiary bomb. If you look closely at the windows on the right side of the tower you can see sky through them as it has no roof.

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