Orrell Park is an area of Liverpool in the English county of Merseyside. Small residential area in North Liverpool between Aintree and Walton-on-the-Hill. It is part of the Liverpool Walton Parliamentary constituency. The area is built upon a raised hillock.
History of Orrell Park
The area is predominantly Victorian in character and architecture, being built mainly for workers and managers of the Bootle docks during the rapid expansion from 1850 onwards. The Industrial Revolution and growth of maritime trade from Britain mean it has a lot of history as well. The area that now encompasses Liverpool was mainly pasture land and orchards before the introduction of industrialisation. In Liverpool, a variety of roads are named after historical British figures at the time they were built. Developers honoured Queen Victoria with Victoria Drive, Prince Albert with Albert Drive and Queen Alexandra with Alexandra Road to name a few.
FAZAKERLEY - NORRIS GREEN - BELLE VALE - LIVERPOOL WATERFRONT - ORRELL PARK - ROPEWALKS - GEORGIAN QUARTER - BALTIC TRIANGLE - KNOWLEDGE QUARTER
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