Culvert of the Ancient Garston River unearthed

Culvert of the Ancient Garston River unearthed

During construction of the new Garston Way bypass (A561) back in the 1980’s, an old culvert was exposed on ‘Church Road’ whilst building the new road bridge. The culvert, thought to have been the route of one of Liverpool’s many ancient rivers, the old Garston Brook.

This photo, taken by photographing over the top of the large barriers.

Old culvert, once an ancient river exposed in the 1980’s, during the construction of the New Garston Bypas.

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