Thurstaston Hill

Telegraph Rd,caldy, Heswall, United Kingdom

} 00.00-2359hrs

 Thurstaston Hill  is  a sandstone ridge  on the Wirral. On the eastern side of the hill is Thorstone Rock, a large sandstone mound which was reputed, in early times, to have been thrown by the Norse God, Thor. A popular area for taking a picnic and walking.

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Car Park Near to Hill on Telegraph road

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