Richard Wilson art installation has turned the derelict (and architecturally boring) Yates’ Wine Lodge Building into an eye catching piece of artwork on a quiet road in Liverpool. The oval section of the building rotates and while on line videos can give you a feel for it the scale of it is far more impressive in person. Originally set to run from 2007 to the end of 2008 its still going.
Rotating Yates's Wine Lodge Building
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010
3 Responses to Rotating Yates's Wine Lodge Building
Yes they did, I used to have a list of them but sadly lost it years ago Dale st.was called the angel and dove
Anyone watching this website who knows of the Yates
wine lodges in the 50-60's in liverpool could they please
say if Liverpool Yates wine lodges had individual names
Have any of the Yates wine lodges in Liverpol in the
50-60's have individualual names .
I'm thinking of the wine lodges in Lime street ,Moorfields,
Manchester Street,Great Charlotte Street,Tarleton Street,
and Dale Street in the 70's..