Caldy, Thurstaston & Heswall

Heswall: Eswelle (1086). Hazel Spring. From Old Norse hesli wælla. Haselwell 1190; Hosewall 1398; Weswall 1418
Caldy: Calders (1086). Cold hill or cold arse – referring to a hill name. From Old English cald-ears. Caldelrs 1136; Caldei 1182; Cawedy 1606.
Thurstaston:   Turstanetone (1086). Thorstein’s town. From Old Norse personal name Thurstan and tun Thorstanistona 1216; Thirstynton 1539.


Caldy Village

Caldy
   

Winter on the hill

Heswall Armistice Day

Crosville going to Heswall

Lower Heswall

1955

Heswall Station

Tom Evans

Wildfowling

Gayton Mill Heswall
 
   
A bit of motoring history from Thurstaston
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