Hale Head :: Shared Description

Hale Head is the most southerly point in the county of Lancashire.

No legislation has ever changed the boundaries of Britainís traditional counties; only administrative areas have been changed by Acts of Parliament. The River Mersey is still the boundary between the traditional counties of Lancashire and Cheshire.

LinkExternal link The Friends of Real Lancashire
LinkExternal link The Association of British Counties
by David Dixon

8 images use this description:

SJ4781 : Lighthouse Road by David Dixon
SJ4780 : Lighthouse at Hale Head by David Dixon
SJ4681 : Coastal Path at Hale Head by David Dixon
SJ4780 : Hale Head Shore by David Dixon
SJ4781 : Hale, Lighthouse Road by David Dixon
SJ4780 : Track to Hale Head Lighthouse by David Dixon
SJ4780 : Hale Head Lighthouse by David Dixon
SJ4780 : Lighthouse Road, Hale Head by David Dixon


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Created: Mon, 28 May 2012, Updated: Mon, 28 May 2012

The 'Shared Description' text on this page is Copyright 2012 David Dixon, however it is specifically licensed so that contributors can reuse it on their own images without restriction.

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