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Travelling to Liverpool?

Travelling to Liverpool?

No! It`s not a corny article about keeping hold of your hub-caps or your car radio; it`s much more serious than that!

It`s about the best way to get to Anfield, so read on….

If you are going by car from the south, leave the M6 at Junction 21A and turn on to the M62. Continue along to the end of the motorway, before turning right on to the A5058. After about four miles turn left on to the A58, Walton Lane. After passing Stanley Park turn left into Anfield Road and Anfield is on your right.

If you`re prepared to let the train take the strain, the nearest station is Kirkdale, about a mile from the ground. The main station in Liverpool, Lime Street, is about three miles from the ground.

Happy travelling!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Friday November 21 2008
Time: 10:16AM

Comments

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your wheels and stuff will still be attached to the car after the game......its easier to pinch the whole car these days....!!!
lincolnblue
21/11/2008 11:21:00
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take the official transport - it's a lot safer although this advice is probably too late regards tomorrow!
Al Billy
21/11/2008 19:18:00
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watch out for the -'Mind yer car mister' hoolies!
Putney
21/11/2008 19:25:00
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Bit late now but i should say that the train is aweful this weekend, will take a day to get there! :P
oranje_emu
22/11/2008 23:29:00
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got back safe and sound, car and me - nothing missing!
Al Billy
23/11/2008 18:40:00
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lol :-)
Putney
23/11/2008 18:41:00
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