Parkgate promenade and Dee marsh.

Parkgate promenade and Dee marsh.

Parkgate, a once bustling port which was superceded by the rise of Liverpool and the gradual silting up of the river Dee. Lady Emma Hamilton, who was born in nearby Ness, stayed there as Did Handel, embarking on his way to Ireland to his 1st Performance of the Messiah. Hilbre island is just visible on the left horizon

Rob Lester

Image size: 7200 x 4500, 10.9Mb | Camera details: Canon EOS 500D | Date uploaded: 05/03/2019

Rob Lester | Parkgate promenade and  Dee marsh.
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