Canal Terminus, Bridge A, Eldonian Village. There doesn't appear to be a winding hole here, but may be wide enough.
Also known as: Eldonian Basin
Little Court, Liverpool L3 6LA, United Kingdom
Liverpool is a major waterways place at the end of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Main Line - Liverpool to Wigan); past Stanley Dock Cut Junction (4 furlongs to the north).
The nearest place in the direction of Stanley Dock Cut Junction is Vauxhall Bridge, Liverpool; 2¼ furlongs away.

Mooring here is good (a nice place to moor) , mooring pins are needed.

Places of interest within 1 mile and to which this is the nearest place: Aliance and Leicester cashpoints (ATM machines) (2, nearest is 6¼ furlongs away); JD Weatherspoons Pubs (1 mile and 6¼ furlongs away)

The place is a Basin.

You can wind here.


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Information retrieved Friday 21 June 2019 at 13:28
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    5 Mathew St, Liverpool, Merseyside, Liverpool, L2 9RP — 1609 yards to the south.
  • The Grapes
    25 Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE — 1596 yards to the south.
  • Ship and Mitre
    133 Dale Street, Liverpool, L2 2JH — 1271 yards to the south.
Women's Clothing Store
  • Moda & Estilo (Design & Fashion)
    3evrtb50 5tff Ave, FL 34t, London, 1001 — 1452 yards to the southeast.
British Restaurant
Pizza Place
Beer Bar
  • SGT Peppers Mathew St (Pub, Live Music Venue)
    Mathew Street, Liverpool, L2 6RE — 1603 yards to the south.
Art Gallery
  • Walker Art Gallery (Art Museum, Landmark & Historical Place)
    William Brown St, Liverpool, L3 8EL — 1426 yards to the southeast.
Bar & Grill
  • Slug & Lettuce Liverpool (British Restaurant)
    16 North John Street, Liverpool, L2 4SH — 1576 yards to the south.
  • Mathew Street (Performance & Event Venue)
    Liverpool, L2 6RE — 1609 yards to the south.
  • Flares
    Mathew Street, Liverpool — 1622 yards to the south.
  • North Western Hotel, Liverpool (Government Building)
    Liverpool, L1 1 — 1607 yards to the southeast.
Stadium, Arena & Sports Venue
Landmark & Historical Place
Live Music Venue
European Restaurant
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Local Business
Performance Art Theatre
  • Euro Hostel
    54 Stanley Street, Liverpool, L1 6AU — 1628 yards to the south.
Medium Geo Area
  • Merseyside (Geo Entity)
    Merseyside — 738 yards to the southwest.
Caribbean Restaurant
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    Produce Exchange, 6A Victoria St Liverpool,, Liverpool, L2 6QE — 1580 yards to the south.
Movie Theater
Performance & Event Venue
Information retrieved Wednesday 5 June 2019 at 21:25