Outside the four constituent polytechnic colleges, further education in Liverpool is catered for by some 10 assorted colleges — and one of the few 1944 day‐continuation colleges in the country. Of these, the City Institute is probably the most revered in the history of North‐Western education — but not typical of the pattern. For our purposes three colleges were chosen: the Nautical Catering College, the College of Crafts and Catering, and Riversdale Technical College. Each one being, if not monotechnic, then certainly heavily weighted towards a specific discipline. Two, the Nautical Catering College and Riversdale, reflected the other side of Liverpool's commercial coin — the sea. The Catering College, in the most proper way, was as Scouse as Fritz Spiegle and part of, yet removed from the city.
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