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Merseyside was only officially established in 1974, but has fast become a cultural and cosmopolitan hub of the North West. The county borders Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Cheshire, and the Irish Sea and has a focused central business district in the vibrant city of Liverpool. Merseyside is a vast mix of urban, suburban, semi-rural, and rural locations, which means there is a location to suit everyone.
If you are moving to or from Merseyside, or anywhere in the North-West, get in touch with Britannia Fleet. They are located in Prescot, just eight miles east of Liverpool. The family-owned business offer removals as well as storage solutions.
You cannot think about Merseyside without thinking about the Beatles. In Liverpool, you can visit the Beatles Story Museum and the Cavern Club located at 10 Mathew Street. This is where the band rose to fame in the early 1960’s.
Liverpool is undisputedly the cultural hub of Merseyside. The Albert Dock complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a major tourist attraction and features the UK’s largest collection of Grade I listed buildings.
If moving to Merseyside, you had best learn the lyrics to ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone.’ This is the anthem for Liverpool Football Club which was founded in 1892 and calls Anfield stadium home. Football is big part of many Merseyside resident’s life and matches between local rivals Everton and Liverpool can be exciting.
Transport Links Merseyside
The M62 runs through the south of Merseyside and connects to Hull, Manchester, Leeds, and Huddersfield. For those wanting to travel to the likes of Birmingham, Staffordshire, Scotland, or the Lake District, the M62 interchange with the M6 allows this. The Kingsway road tunnel provides access to the M56 and M53 motorways. If you want to get to Cheshire or Shropshire, take the A41. The A55 road runs along North Wales’s coastline.
Operating on the Wirral and Northern lines is the urban Merseyrail network which covers the entire county and beyond. It is championed as one of the most reliable railway networks in the UK and runs around 800 services per day. There are 66 stations on the network, four of which are underground.
Those living in Merseyside will have easy access to Liverpool John Lennon Airport which is located in the south of the city of Liverpool. Buses from Liverpool city centre and Liverpool South Parkway rail station shuttle passengers to the airport.
Mersey Ferries has become the region’s most popular tourist attraction as well as a way to cross the River Mersey, operating a year-round weekday commuter service, River Explorer cruises, summer evening cruises and Manchester Ship Canal cruises.