Thursday’s Doors – Brotherly Love, Adelphi Bank, Liverpool

I had just finished a blog about the Adelphi Bank and its Brotherly Love Doors when I came upon Norm 2.0’s Thursday’s Doors.

So I thought I’d pull out a few of the photos and included them into this post. If you would like to read about the stories behind the carvings please go to “Cafe Nero’s Friendly Doors.”


Adelphi Bank Left Door
Adelphi Bank Left Door

Adelphi Bank Right Door
Adelphi Bank Right Door

David and Jonathan Panel
David and Jonathan Panel

Castor and Pollux Panel
Castor and Pollux Panel

Achilles and Patroclus Panel
Achilles and Patroclus Panel

Roland and Oliver Panel
Roland and Oliver Panel

Adelphi Bank Main Entrance
Adelphi Bank Main Entrance


Related Info

theonlydeadheadinthehameau Liverpool Doors 1

theonlydeadheadinthehameau Liverpool Doors 2


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18 Comments

    1. Sorry about that, it’s just like the 92 bus. None for hours and then two turn up. I have to say though the doors are still in pretty good condition, even though they are over a hundred years old.

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      1. My great grandparents moved there from Ireland and my grandmother and some of her siblings were born there. They came back to Ireland wealthier than when they left and bought a couple of BnB’s and a hotel, so Liverpool was very good to them.

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  1. Wonderful doors. Phila -delphia is the city of brotherly love. Adelphi means brothers but Delphie was what the Greeks thought was the belly button of the world…just a bit of fluff.

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  2. That building is stunning and then you add the doors… they are amazing. So glad that they were able to keep them.
    As a side note, while I didn’t frequent a Caffe Nero when recently in Scotland, I did see some. It took me a few times passing by and trying to figure out why they would name a business Caffe Nerd before I realized that it was an “O”. 🙂

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