The city’s archives are full of hidden gems of heritage significance. Many of these buildings, memorials and amenities etc no longer exist, long demolished or replaced. These include the city’s old infirmary (originally located adjacent to Brooke Park on the appropriately named Infirmary Road) and the huge cargo cranes along the quayside which required a network of rails to traverse the length of the loading areas. Other miscellaneous plans in the archives include the many public lavatories which ‘conveniently’ existed throughout the city, including the very ornate example in Waterloo Place, and the city’s War Memorial at the Diamond. Landmarks in their own right, these structures required significant planning.