West Lancashire extends from the foot hills of the Pennines around Parbold to the coast at Southport.
It is a flat costal plain so offers a different photographic challenge being a area of flat land and big shies, with a scattering of towns and villages.
Large parts of the area used to be a mere, Martin Mere, but years ago was drained to make rich peaty soil agricultural and horticultural lands.
These are a selection of my pictures of the area in which I was born and initially lived in the village of Banks before moving onto a canal boat on the Leeds and Liverpool canal near Burscough.
There will be some cross over with photo’s in my Burscough gallery, the Leeds and Liverpool canal gallery and my railway pictures.
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