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Merseyside's top 100 grot-spots
1. Rugs 2 Go, Klaussners & Halfords site, Edge Lane.
2. Skelly/Advent site, Edge Lane.
3. Demolished pub, Edge Lane retail park.
4. Former council flats site, Kirkdale Road, Everton.
5. Boarded-up houses, Edge Lane West, Kensington.
6. Derelict shops, Breck Road, Anfield.
7. Gas holder, Speke Road, Speke.
8. Boarded-up shops, Walton Breck Road, Anfield.
9. Stanley Dock, Great Howard Street, Vauxhall.
10. Derelict shops, Wright Street, Everton.
11. King Edward pub, Great Howard Street, city centre.
12. Imperial Tobacco, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
13. The Rocket garage, Edge Lane.
14. Former Anfield car centre, Walton Breck Road, Anfield.
15. Premier Beverages, Speke Boulevard, Speke.
16. Stonebridge Cross site, East Lancashire Road, Gillmoss.
17. Empty warehouses, Scotland Road, Everton.
18. Former garage, West Derby Road, Kensington.
19. Loop line bridge, Walton Hall Avenue, Walton.
20. Edge Hill railway station, Edge Hill.
21. Derelict warehouses, Sefton Street, Toxteth.
22. Boarded-up houses, Edge Lane, Kensington.
23. Boarded-up houses, Edge Lane, Kensington.
24. Scrap metal yard, Derby Road, Vauxhall.
25. Derelict offices, Great Howard Street, Vauxhall.
26. Former 1950s-style diner, East Lancashire Road, Croxteth.
27. Derelict shops, Edge Lane, Kensington.
28. Empty business premises, Edge Lane, Kensington.
29. Derelict businesses, Edge Lane, Kensington.
30. Boarded-up cinema, Green Lane, Tuebrook.
31. Former Olympia Hotel, West Derby Road, Kensington.
32. Advertising hoardings, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
33. Burned-out pub, Low Hill, Kensington.
34. Car park, Queens Drive/East Prescot Road, Knotty Ash.
35. Railway depot, between Allerton and Hunts Cross stations.
36. Derelict shops, Scotland Road/Penrhyn Street, Everton.
37. Former pub, Scotland Road/Penrhyn Street, Everton.
38. Derelict pub, Kirkdale Road, Everton.
39. Empty ****ie Lewis’s pub, Stopgate Lane, Fazakerley.
40. Boarded-up houses, Walton Breck Road/Skerries Road, Anfield.
41. Former pub & furniture shop, Derby Road/Bankhall Road, Vauxhall.
42. Open ground (with Car Smart sign), Derby Road, Vauxhall.
43. Derelict Highlandhome Hotel, Sefton Street, Toxteth.
44. Gas tower behind Brunswick station, Riverside Drive, Dingle.
45. Garden Festival site, Speke Road, Riverside Drive, St Michaels.
46. Derelict pub, Garston Way/Seddon Road, Garston.
47. Empty shops, Edge Lane.
48. Advertising hoardings & elevated fruit and veg market sign, Edge Lane.
49. Former Carpet World site, Edge Lane.
50. Brick wall, Edge Lane.
51. Boarded-up flats, Muirhead Avenue, Tuebrook.
52. The Grafton Rooms, West Derby Road, Kensington.
53. Boarded-up house, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
54. Rundown houses, Rocky Lane, Tuebrook.
55. Grafton car park, West Derby Road, Kensington.
56. Derelict garage, Queens Drive, Clubmoor.
57. Boarded-up house, Queens Drive, Walton.
58. Skip hire building, between Bankhall and Sandhills stations.
59. Building frame, Edge Hill station, Edge Hill.
60. Rundown shed, Edge Hill station, Edge Hill.
61. Advertising hoardings, Rice Lane, Walton.
62. Rundown building & hoarding, Rice Lane, Walton.
63. Three boarded-up shops, Scotland Road, Everton.
64. Tall building & hoarding, Kirkdale Road, Everton.
65. Industrial unit & metal fence, Speke Hall Road/Speke Boulevard, Speke.
66. Derelict site, Speke Hall Road, Speke.
67. Derelict building, Speke Hall Road, Speke.
68. Simpson Ground pavilion, Hillfoot Road, Woolton.
69. Boarded-up homes, East Lancashire Road, Croxteth.
70. Derelict open ground, Derby Road, Vauxhall.
71. Open vacant land, Great Howard Street/Stone Street, Vauxhall.
72. Former car wash, Great Howard Street, Vauxhall.
73. Church, Edge Lane, Kensington.
74. Derelict land, Laurel Road/Edge Lane, Fairfield.
75. Railway bridge, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
76. Road junction, Rocky Lane/Belmont Road, Tuebrook.
77. Industrial unit, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
78. Empty shops, Larkhill Place/Queens Drive, Clubmoor.
79. Vandalised train, between Allerton & Hunts Cross stations.
80. Shipping containers, between Allerton & Hunts Cross stations.
81. Railway bridge, Rice Lane, Walton.
82. Overgrown trees & bushes, Great Howard Street, Vauxhall.
83. Vacant site, Derby Road/Bankhall Street, Vauxhall.
84. Empty industrial unit, Derby Road/Sandhills Lane, Vauxhall.
85. Metal fence & razor wire, Derby Road, Vauxhall.
86. Heritage market car park, Derby Road, Vauxhall.
87. Burned-out fire station, Speke Road/Banks Road, Speke.
88. Yellow building, Garston Way, Garston.
89. Overgrown vacant site, Edge Lane.
90. Deserted tarmac triangle, Edge Lane Drive, Old Swan.
91. Cluttered signs, Kwik Fit site, Edge Lane.
92. Advertising hoardings, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
93. Closed public toilets, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
94. Shop signs & empty flats, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
95. Boaler Street industrial estate boundary, West Derby Road, Kensington.
96. Industrial unit wall, Brunswick Road, Kensington.
97. Shop fronts, West Derby Road, Tuebrook.
98. Car wash, Queens Drive, Clubmoor.
99. Empty Victorian house, Queens Drive, Sandfield Park.
100. Dumped industrial material, Brunswick station, Dingle.
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Too old to suffer
The research must have been done some time ago Kev, a lot has now been redeveloped - the fire station for one. The worst they could find in Garston was the Gas tank? They must have been driving around with their eyes shut. My son is taking A-level Art and the subject has been "decay". He has been going around with his camera and getting some shots of the local area (no shortage - as you know). I found it really sad to remember the bustling, busy shopping area of Garston village and see it now for what it has become. The really sad part was - I, and many others, have now become so used to the decay and dereliction around us that we do not notice it any more - why do we have to put up with our main shopping thoroughfare in the state that it is? Our councillors wrote to everybody in our vicinity a little while ago about landscaping Horrocks Avenue - very worthy and yes we should have landscaping and trees like everyone else - but a short walk away there are buildings with trees growing out of them - being set on fire daily by yobs - opposite the Church the shops have been empty for the last 6 years and only now are they getting around to demolishing them - the Echo needs to catch itself on.
No! How can Stanley Dock be featured on that list? The Heritage Market maybe, but the rest of the dock is fantastic!
43 highland homes
a think this 1 should be takn of it has a bit of a broken heart story to it
Originally Posted by Kev
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