Timeline of Liverpool
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Timeline of Liverpool

The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Liverpool, England.

Prior to 18th century

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18th century

19th century


Map of Liverpool, 1836


20th century



Merseyrail electrification

21st century

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Further reading

Published in the 18th century

Published in the 19th century



Published in the 20th century



  • Richard Hawes (1998). "Municipal Regulation of Smoke Pollution in Liverpool, 1853-1866". Environment and History. 4. JSTOR 20723060.

Published in the 21st century

External links

Coordinates: 53°24?N 3°00?W / 53.4°N 3°W / 53.4; -3

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