Day 146: Runcorn to Liverpool – Bridging & Beatles

England, Merseyside

Mersey Gateway Bridge between Widnes and Runcorn, Due to open in autumn 2017, Cheshire.

Stanlow Oil Refinery from Widnes, Cheshire.

Redundant Christ Church, Weston Point Chemical Works, Cheshire.

Speke Hall, a wood-framed Tudor manor built 1530-1598, Merseyside.

Mann Island Buildings with Royal Liver Building beyond, Liverpool, Merseyside.

The Beatles statue at the Pier Head. Created by sculptor Andy Edwards in 2015 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their last concert in their home city. Liverpool, Merseyside.

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5 thoughts on “Day 146: Runcorn to Liverpool – Bridging & Beatles”

  1. Jane Jones says:

    Where did you stay when you are walking through a big urban area? Take a B&B for a change or find a camp site?
    I love your pictures. Every morning I look at a few while I am drinking my morning tea. I’d love to do what you did, but it would take me a lot longer as I can’t walk 30+ kilometres. And I’m already nearly 65 so it might take me the rest of my life…and what about the allotment? A great achievement, well done!

    • Hi Jane, Yes, I normally stay in a B&B or hostel in urban areas and try to coordinate this time with a rest day. Delighted you have been enjoying my pictures! I hope the allotment gave you solace during the lockdown.

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