Tuesday, 23 February 2010


Landican Lane / Road runs between the ASDA store at the M53 junction 3 and the Thingwall Road East corner of Arrowe Park.

I had a walk along Landican Lane, which becomes Landican Road at the hamlet of Landican, on 30th January 2010. It was a lovely sunny day with crisp air and ice on the puddles. I wasn’t passed by a single car on the whole walk.

I wasn’t passed by a bicycle either – despite this being part of the National Cycleway.

This is one of a thousand mile-posts erected by the Royal Bank of Scotland to mark the creation of the cycle network.

There are always horses to be found in the fields off Landican Lane. That day they were well wrapped up against the cold.


The hamlet is comprised of a few houses and some farm buildings.

A remarkably quiet corner of Wirral near one of the busiest of Wirral roads and shops.


  1. Nice tree silhouettes - and other pictures! Those bare roads make me long for a "proper" walk without snow and ice under my feet!

  2. I used to drive along Landican Lane all the time when I lived on The Wirral but, despite the intention on several occasions over the last few visits to The Wirral, I haven't actually done it. Next time.....

  3. I used to ride home on my motorbike from Prenton through Landican Lane from a girlfriends house. I was about 19 at the time. It used to be pitch black and had many owls flying around. Pete B