Castles and Fortifications of England and Wales

PERCH ROCK FORT


A fort built between 1826 and 1829 at the entrance to the Mersey with 30 foot walls and 40 foot towers. At high tide it is cut off from the shore. It was in use until after the second world war. It was restored it to its original 1826 design 25 years ago and used as a museum, but is empty at the present time.


Photo Peter Craine

 

Directions
On the northern tip of the western bank of the Mersey
Marine Promenade, Wirral CH45 2JU

 



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