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Ferry across the Mersey, fun for kids or for adults as well?

I'm eccentric about this ferry ride but me and my gf don't feel like being the only adults on the ferry hehhe...is it any good?


Its a dernier cri, transportation always is.


It's laudatory if you are leaving Liverpool,not so good in the other direction!



Its a gush over, transportation always is.

South Liverpool boxer Carl Wall helped lead multi-million pound drugs empire

A jailed gangster and a former Liverpool boxing champion headed up a multi-million pound crime empire flooding Merseyside with hard drugs smuggled out of France.            

Kilograms of cocaine and heroin were trafficked into Britain by a team of crooks using chartered fishing trip breaks to the continent to cover their audacious drug runs.            

Details of the drugs plot were revealed at the trial of three suspected gang members yesterday – after 16 of those involved admitted their various roles.            

They include convicted crimelord Richard Brookhouse, who used illicit prison phones to enlist couriers to pick up drugs from abroad, and former amateur boxing champion Carl Wall, described as a “wholesaler” for whom Brookhouse arranged importations.            

Wall, 36, and his Liverpool cronies Gerard Mooney and Darren Williams, would then arrange the distribution of the drugs across the north west to a string of dealers. The web unravelled in April when the region’s crime-fighting unit, Titan, executed Operation Redbank.

Officers swooped on two Manchester drug runners, Paul Harwood and his son, Steven, after they had returned from a supposed fishing trip to Orconte, in northern France.            

They transferred four holdalls filled with 80 sealed drugs packages containing  80kg of cocaine – worth £15m on the streets – £400k of heroin and a small quantity of the party drug M-Cat from a coach to a Ford Transit van they had left parked in Essex.            

Neil Flewitt, QC, prosecuting, told the court: “This seizure was the culmination of a police operation that had lasted almost 12 months.            

“Paul and Steven Harwood were members of a large organised crime group who, between them, were responsible for the importation and distribution of large quantities of controlled drugs throughout the north west.”            

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Bug Britain & Ireland
437 pages
Bug Britain & Ireland

Local Transport Mersey Travel (% 0870 608 2608; website www.merseytravel. org) operates an extensive public transport service comprised of buses and trains and Mersey Ferries run ferries across the Mersey. BUS Liverpool has an ...
About this book
BUG Britain & Ireland (1st edition) is a brilliant travel guide for independent budget travelers visiting Ireland and the United Kingdom. It concentrates on giving honest and detailed up-to-date information and more in-depth reviews of backpackers hostels and youth hostels than any other guidebook. The guide also has comprehensive information on activities, sights and budget travel options.BUG Britain & Ireland (1st edition) concentrates on the information that independent budget travelers really need. The guide doesnt include information on motels, hotels and five-star resorts, giving more space for really detailed reviews of more hostels than any other guidebook.So whether youre working behind a bar in London, tracing your ancestors in Ireland, visiting castles in Wales, searching for the Loch Ness monster in Scotland or simply checking out the pubs and nightlife, the BUG Britain & Ireland guide is the book to take you there.

Twopence to Cross the Mersey
405 pages
Twopence to Cross the Mersey

Biographies and autobiographies.
About this book
Twopence was the price of the ferry-boat between Liverpool and Birkenhead. A tiny sum but an impassable barrier for the poor of Liverpool -- desperate to escape the city's grinding poverty. When Helen Forrester's father went bankrupt in 1930, she and her six siblings were forced from their comfortable middle-class life into utmost destitution in Depression-ridden Liverpool. The running of the household and the care of her younger siblings all fell to twelve-year old Helen. In slum surroundings and with little food or support from her feckless parents, Helen was forced on her own resources. Told with compassion, humour and a remarkable lack of self-pity, this is a fascinating picture of life in Britain before the Welfare State and the moving story one young girl's courage.

Friday 27th December 2013 Lazy River

2002 – North Korea ordered U. N. atomic inspectors to give over the territory and said that it would restart a laboratory qualified of producing plutonium for atomic weapons. 1965 – The BP oil rig  Sea Gem  capsized in the North Sea, with the wastage of 13 lives. 2002 – In Chechnya, at least 40 people were killed when suicide bombers attacked the furnishing of Grozny. 2002 – Clonaid announced the delivery of the first cloned kind-hearted babe in arms. A perfect of twenty people were killed, including five of the attackers, who were slain by enforce and safety personnel. President George W. Bush granted China immutable customary exchange reputation with the Joint States. 1949 – Monarch Juliana of the Netherlands granted primacy to Indonesia after more than 300 years of Dutch decision. 1978 – Spain adopted a new constitution and became a democracy after 40 years of dictatorship. The affair was the childbirth of his own youngster in Jefferson, GA. B craze people earn a suggest. Crawford Williamson Wish in use accustomed to anesthesia for childbirth for the first conditions. The baby had been born December 26. Babrak Karmal succeeded President Hafizullah Amin, who was overthrown and executed.   This is why living here is so exciting.   This was an bloody dasngerous happening. 1945 – The Magic Bank was created with an concordat signed by 28 nations. 1927 – Leon Trotsky was expelled from the Communist Celebration....

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Alder Hey robot allows children in hospital to communicate
Alder Hey robot allows children in hospital to communicate experience." Alder Hey, which is one of four stand alone children's hospitals in the UK, provides care for over 275,000 children and young people every year. . Check out this beautiful picture of Liverpool taken from the Mersey Ferry. Thank you

A Swinging Mother's Day Special, Craig Martin and His Swing Band
Originally from Liverpool (UK) Craig Martin's big break came when offered a role in the West End production “Ferry Across the Mersey” starring alongside Gerry and the Pacemakers. Moving to Australia in 2010 Craig burst upon the Queensland music scene 

Man held after pedestrian hit by car in Liverpool
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport says: "As with all sectors right across government our museums and galleries have had to play their part in reducing the deficit." Check out this beautiful picture of Liverpool taken from the Mersey Ferry.

50 Things Brits Want to Do Before They Die Revealed
50 Things Brits Want to Do Before They Die Revealed The British list shuns these kinds of choices and includes climbing Ben Nevis (39th), seeing Lake Windermere by boat (29th) or taking a ferry across the Mersey (38th). And rather than take a ride on the Orient Express, Brits would prefer to stay closer



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