Bearing in mind the latest Coronavirus guidance, Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels has decided to suspend public visits to the tunnels with immediate effect and until further notice. If you or your group has an existing booking we will contact you shortly. For the same reason, the monthly FoWT members meetings in Liverpool are also suspendedContinue reading Visits and meetings postponed
We were greatly saddened to learn this week that ex-FoWT trustee and popular local history author Freddy O’Connor had passed away after a period of illness. Freddy was one of the original group who established Friends of Williamson’s Tunnels in 1996. He was a steadfast and dedicated member of the FoWT committee, taking part in theContinue reading Freddy O’Connor
Check out this new video at the Liverpool Echo, What’s On… Once again we were delighted to welcome the Liverpool Echo for another visit. This occasion was for their ‘What’s On’ guide, filming a video blog on the Non-public sections of the Williamson’s Tunnels. We were also contacted this week by the Photo Editor fromContinue reading Liverpool Echo, What’s On: Take a tour of the Tunnels the public don’t get to see ..
We’re just starting planning for next year’s tunnels visiting weekends. With 2016 rapidly approaching, we’re provisionally looking at two weekends in April and another two in September. These are the comprehensive tours of the normally-closed sections, so as well as seeing the latest excavations in the Paddington tunnels, visitors go underground on the house site,Continue reading Tunnels visit weekends planned
Things are getting insanely deep at Paddington now. These photos were taken on 25th October 2015 and show the digging team at work and taking a well-earned break. When you think just a couple of years ago this area was packed almost to the top with rubble, we used to invite visitors to touchContinue reading Deeper and deeper …