Burbo Bank is an amazing place just up from Crosby and it's where Anthony Gormely's 'Another Place' statues end, if you count them as beginning at Waterloo just after the Seaforth Freeport and ferry terminal. If you're walking along the beach, you'll know when you've reached Burbo Bank because the beach suddenly turns to thousands of bricks that have been rounded by the sea for over 60 years because they were dumped there after the Blitz and are the remnants of bombed houses from both Merseyside and Lancashire. It's also just after the mouth of the Mersey opens into the Irish Sea and the winds that blow in from the sea are the reason for the location of this new wind farm. In the middle of this evening's storm, we rushed up there to see what the sunset was like and ended up staying for an hour watching lightning over Formby Point. I love windfarms and in the very far distance you can actually see the one that's just off Prestatyn.