Picton Clock Tower Presented to the people of Wavertree in 1884 by Sir James Picton, architect, historian and politician, as a memorial to his wife, Sarah Pooley.

High Street, Wavertree, Liverpool, United Kingdom

The Monks' Well Source of legend for many generations. The Latin rhyme means: 'He who here does nought bestow, the Devil laughs at him below'.

Mill Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool, United Kingdom

The Lock-Up Built in 1796 to house drunks and criminals overnight, it later accommodated cholera victims and refugees from the Irish Famine.

Childwall Road, Wavertree, Liverpool, United Kingdom