Crosby Beach

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Crosby Beach: The beach stretches 2 to 3 miles of long open sandy beach. The beach is good for birdwatching, flying kites, walking, picnics and watersports. There is also a sculpture on the beach known as "Another Place" that consists of 100 life size cast-iron men that stand along the sand, staring towards the horizon.

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Crosby, Sefton, Merseyside, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Blundellsands Beach, Blundellsands Sands


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The easiest route is to arrive on either the M57 or M58 motorways which both end at the same point, Switch Island. From here follow signs to 'All Docks' on the A5036, continue to follow the A5036 until you reach a roundabout under a flyover with signs to Crosby and the A565. Turn right at the roundabout following the signs to Crosby and A565. You will join up with the A565 but stay in the left hand lane. At the first set of traffic lights turn left into Cambridge Road, there is a brown tourist sign, 'Antony Gormley's Another Place' for the statues at this junction. Drive straight along this road at the end of which there are two car parks adjacent to the marine lake. The beach and statues are a 5 minute walk from the car park.


Crosby beach is well served by three local train stations; Hall Road, Blundellsands & Crosby, and Waterloo. Trains run approximately every 15 minutes on the MerseyTravel Northern Line. Connections to national rail services and other regional services can be made at Liverpool Lime Street, Southport and Hunts Cross.

From Hall Road Station: With the train station on your right hand side walk down Hall Road West until is bends 90o to the left, on the bend there is an access road that goes to the beach, past the Coastguard Station.

From Blundellsand Station: On the opposite side of the railway tracks to the ticket office ,the Southport train side, walk down Blundellsands Road West to the end, a short footpath leads to the beach. Approximately 5/10 minutes.

From Waterloo Station: Walk down South Road with the station on your left hand side. At the end of South Road, cross over the road and walk down the paved footpath between the two parks and follow the footpath which runs between the two lakes to the beach.


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There is no lifeguard service operating on this beach


Dogs are allowed on the beach at any time


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