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Went to see the Iron Men as they are known locally.
We were staying in Liverpool at the Premier Inn close to Moorfields station, got the train to Hall Road (Northern Line) and walked to the beach in about five minutes.
Walked onto the beach...More
Stayd at Air B & B in Crosby Liverpool which was excellent. The hosts Catherine and Tony could not do enough we had lovely home-made scones the evenng we arrived they were so knowledgable about the area, we visited the iron men on blundellsands which...More
I was lucky enough to stay the weekend in a flat directly overlooking this beach. Through the large windows you truly could sit for hours with a cuppa watching the scenery change before your eyes. The ship's toing and froing the many wind turbines silently...More
Large beach that seems to go on forever. If you want to see more than 5 or 6 statues you will need more than the minimum half hour parking.
It was freezing when we were there but in the summer it could be great on...More
We took Merseyrail from Lime Street out to Blundellsands and Crosby (about a 20 minute ride and a day rover is only a fiver). We then walked down to the beach and along the shoreline to the next station - Hall Road - to get...More
This is a really large, flat beach with plenty of room for everybody.
Wonderful place to watch the sunset and it is really good to re-visit the Gormley 'Another Place' iron men.
We were there just after Christmas so couple of the sculptures were wearing...More