St. Luke's Church, otherwise known to the locals as the 'bombed-out church', has already been introduced once here. (Please refer to the link at the end of this article for further reading) It's difficult to miss this church during your travel in Liverpool. Other than the Anglican Cathedral and the Metropolitan Cathedral, I think this is yet another unique landmark of the city.
St. Luke's 教堂之前就有介紹過了。（詳見延伸閱讀）在利物浦我們都稱他為「炸爛的教堂」。這座教堂的位置讓你很難不去注意到他。除了一座英國國教教堂及一座天主教教堂之外，這又是另一個利物浦的獨特地標了！
From the outside, it looks as though it's a properly functioning church. The truth is, there is no interior. It has been made into a space for arts and culture, which is probably the best way to help preserve a building.
You can see the hollow 'interior'.
Pity it was bombed, but I can't help but think how they could've bombed the church without destroying the exterior!
You'll always be able to find these tokens that commemorate those who lost their lives in WWII around the vicinity.
Revisiting a place that you use to often walk pass is always a very emotional experience.
Let my memories be like this 'bombed-out' church - preserved despite the fact that there is no longer content. Because the existence of its remains, is enough to last forever.