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Ferry changes for Pier Head work

Mersey Ferry (Pic sent in by P Hales)
A shuttle bus was running while the work was carried out

Mersey ferry services from Liverpool are leaving from the Cruise Liner Terminal landing stage as work is carried out at the Pier Head.

The improvement work, which is part of the ongoing 8m project to transform the area, is being carried out over three days until Wednesday.

Merseytravel said a shuttle bus was in place for passengers.

The bus operates between the ticket office on Canada Boulevard and the landing stage on Princes Parade.

The works involve changing the layout of the ramp and access to the usual berth at the Pier Head.

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