Cheshire Lines Path
A disused railway line converted into a multi use route for walkers, cyclists, and horse riders, the Cheshire Lines Path provides a 5 mile (8 km) link between Southport and Maghull.
The Cheshire Lines Railway Company used to operate services across the Lancashire Mossland between Liverpool and Southport. After its closure in 1952 and acquisition by West Lancashire Borough Council in 1988 the line was constructed as a dual use cycle and footpath with parallel bridleway.
The Cheshire Lines Path forms part of the Trans Pennine Trail, a coast to coast route linking the resorts of Southport and Hornsea and the major centres of Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and Hull.
How to find us
Cheshire Lines Path runs from Plex Moss through to Maghull and is approximately 5m (8km) in length. It can be reached via a number roads and public footpaths between these two locations, namely Moss Lane and Wood Lane.
Public transport in this area is limited, contact our Park Ranger service for more information or see below for more contact options for advice on this matter.
Use Google Maps to get directions to Cheshire Lines Path (external link).
For disabled friendly access paths, please contact our Park Ranger service for more information.
More contact information
For information about the Trans Pennine Trail contact:
TPT Officer, Barnsley MBC, Central Offices, Kendray Street, Barnsley S70 2TN
Tel: 01226 772574
Web: trans pennine trail (external link)