There’s a lot to see around Liverpool, if you only keep your eyes open.
Looking up, for example, can reveal a number of elevated walkways around the business district of town, from a time when everyone thought an elevated motorway was going to carve straight through the city from Edge Lane to Pier Head.
Every so often, looking down can reveal something interesting too, like this mosaic entrance to a long-gone building on the corner of Rumford Street and Chapel Street.
It currently leads onto a bashed-up open-air car-park that borders the Pig and Whistle, but it was obviously something rather more grand once upon a time. A pub? A shop? Municipal offices?
Who knows, but the question keeps me entertained on my walk home every day.