Where in the World (388)

Answer to Edition 387

The symbol on one of the buildings is the de facto logo used on all British Railway stations. That alone places the city in the UK. London and Manchester were two cities incorrectly identified. Both have similar looking mainline stations but with out the other building in the photograph. The distorted image depicts Lime Street Station which is in Liverpool.

Lime Street Station, Liverpool
Lime Street Station, Liverpool

Congratulations Victoria (@thetallwanderer) Dave (@travelling_dave), Janette (@GlobalGrapevine), Jackie (@JackiesJourneys), Beverley (@bevsackville) and Tim (@timofnewbury) who all know their UK stations and identified the city as Liverpool.

This week's distorted image

This week is an ancient city that once used to be a capital city. It is the name of this city that I want and not the nearby later city.

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