Hope Street Suitcases

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Hope Street
Liverpool
L1 9BZ
Hope Street Suitcases

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‘A Case History’, otherwise known as ‘The Hope Street Suitcases’ by the locals, were created by John King and went on display on the pavements of Hope Street in 1998 and have lived there ever since, with a slight adjustment or two. 

Each case is labelled with the person it ‘belongs to’ with each one having a famous owner from the Liverpool region. There is a sign detailing which case belongs to who but it is always fun to try and find your favourites for yourself. See if you can find each of The Beatles cases! 

 

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Season (1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020)

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