Birkenhead

Birkenhead, city (1991 pop. 99,075) and port, Wirral metropolitan borough, W central England, at the mouth of the Mersey River; connected with Liverpool by the Mersey tunnel. Birkenhead has extensive docks. There are engineering, food-processing and clothing plants. Milling and shipbuilding were res...
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Birkenhead

Seaport and industrial town in the Wirral, Merseyside, England, opposite Liverpool on the Wirral peninsula, on the west bank of the Mersey estuary; population (2001) 83,700. It developed as a shipbuilding town with important dock facilities, but other principal industries now include engineering and flour-milling. The Mersey rail tunnel (18...
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Birkenhead

seaport in the metropolitan borough of Wirral, metropolitan county of Merseyside, historic county of Cheshire, England, on the Wirral Peninsula ... [1 related articles]
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