Shirdley Hill


Shirdley Hill

Shirdley Hill is a small village in the civil parish of Halsall, Lancashire, and is situated on the West Lancashire Coastal Plain. It is reached by B roads from either the A5147 or the A570

Shirdley Hill railway station was on the Liverpool, Southport and Preston Junction Railway, though the station closed in 1938, and the track was lifted in 1964. A plaque on the corner of Shaws Garth marks the site.

Geographic Location
Centre = Shirdley Hill
North = Scarisbrick
Northeast = Scarisbrick
East = Scarisbrick
Southeast = Halsall
South = Halsall
Southwest = Halsall
West = Ainsdale
Northwest = Birkdale


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