England - Lancashire

Lancashire is generally flat with a maze of small roads between massive motorways linking several large cities: Blackpool, Liverpool and Manchester. It is also the main route between the north (Scotland) and south of Britain.



Often overlooked and derided for it's perceived old-fashioned nature, Morecambe is actually a pleasant sea-side town that has in recent years been gentrified and now offers much for the whole family.

Bird Statues

Be sure to visit the wonderful tribute to Morecambe's son: Eric Morecambe who used this stage name in tribute to the town.

Eric Morecambe

The old train station is now used for shopping and restaurants.


Just walking along the promenade is well worth it, with wide paths and wonderful views of the Bay.

The Stone Jetty

If you are interested in an excellent old-school, pile-them-high-on-the-floor, book store, then I can really recommend “The Old Pier Bookshop” (287 Marine Road Central, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA4 5BY). Definitely worth a browse.


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