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Formby to Freshfield, a Wheelchair Special Walk

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The plan is to start at Formby Station, go down the road in the direction of the sea and have a look at the church and the new squirrel-viewing area before picking up the track across open grassland. At the end of the woodland section the road is followed directly to Freshfield Station for a train back; they run every fifteen minutes. The route is pretty flat, although there are two slopes which I am not qualified to assess. The council has marked the route as suitable for wheelchairs, so I assume that they are considered accessible.

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