Liverpool Irish Famine Trail Map

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Price Street

Plaque site

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Clarence Dock

Plaque site

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‘Dandy Pat’ memorial

Site of Irish influence

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Father Nugent’s statue

Site of Irish influence

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Lace Street

Plaque site

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The Relief Station

Plaque site

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The Pilotage Building

Plaque site

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James Larkin’s birthplace

Site of Irish influence

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St Patrick’s Chapel

Site of Irish influence

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Kitty Wilkinson’s Grave

Site of Irish influence

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Agnes Jones House

Site of Irish influence

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The Paupers’ Graveyard

Plaque site

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The Brownlow Hill Workhouse

Plaque site

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Pleasant Street School

Site of Irish influence

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The Liverpool Irish Famine memorial

Irish Famine Memorial

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This is an enhanced Google map, which allows users to find out more about each of the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail sites. To learn more, tap on a crest and on the flag that pops up. This will take you to a map of the site as well as information on it. Use the tabs to navigate through to find a personal story connected with the site; the site’s connection to the Liverpool Irish Famine and a gallery of images.

(Left) Our tri-fold map gives short details to all our Trail sites and links to our enhnaced Google map. so it’s a useful thing to keep in yoru top pocket! Black-and-white (save the planet!) and colourised versions (use on screen) will be available for you to use as  you wish.

There are three catagories of site:

  • The Liverpool Irish Famine Memorial
  • Liverpool Irish Famine plaque sites
  • Sites of Irish influence.

Though we recommend visiting all of the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail sites, trying to do all 15 in a day may be a bit hard, depending on your speed, weather, traffic and travel options. These categories may help you to split the Trail in to more manageable trail lengths. The 15 sites are:

1: The Liverpool Famine Memorial
St Luke’s Church, Leece Street, Liverpool L1 2TR

Coordinates 53.40196 – 2.97482

2: Pleasant Street School

Pleasant Street, L3 5TT (original school)/L3 5TS (new school)

Coordinates 53.40480981264833, -2.9731960258411685

3: The Brownlow Hill Workhouse
 
Hart Building, Mount Pleasant, L69 7ZX

Coordinates 53.40556819487453, -2.9667444702188464

4: The Paupers’ Graveyard

Mulberry Street, L69 7SH (plaque)/ L7 7EF (original cemetery)

Coordinates L69 7SH 53.4017950830834,

-2.9671092599499955

5: Agnes Jones House

1A Catharine Street, L8 7JZ

Coordinates 53.4000188937363,-2.9674296883117526

6: Kitty Wilkinson’s grave

St James’s Gardens at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, L1 7AZ

Coordinates 53.39735,-2.97211

7: St Patrick’s Chapel

Park Place, Park Road, L8 5RA

Coordinates 53.39223128803399, -2.971767215300476

8: James Larkin’s birthplace

The Globe, 44-46 Park Road, L8 6SH

Coordinates 53.389830256572886, -2.97055984460683

9: The Pilotage Building

Canning Pier, L3 1BY

Coordinates 53.40230261972989, -2.995353873442184

10: Relief Station

Fenwick Street, L2 0NZ

Coordinates 53.40594741449407, -2.9914153153000633

11: Father Nugent’s statue

St John’s Gardens (facing Old Haymarket

and Tunnel entrance), L1 1JJ

Coordinates 53.408639270899066, -2.9817393022778247

12: Lace Street,
L3 2BP
The plaque is currently concealed from view

Coordinates 53.41158930486327, -2.9845873140194024

13: Dandy Pat memorial

St Anthony’s Church, Scotland Road, L5 5BD

Coordinates 53.42236596190368, -2.98146103064052

14: Clarence Dock

Regent Road, L20 8DJ/L3 7BX

Coordinates 53.4191,-3.0019

15: Price Street

Birkenhead, CH41 6DQ

Coordinates 53.393644767651296, -3.018889895021838