Lord street is a mile long Victorian shopping boulevard in Southport renowned for it's Parks, restaurants, bars and high quality shops.
Picture of the memorial gardens and monument on Lord Street Southport
Lord Street was revamped in the late 90's with a multi million pound makeover which was funded by the Northwest regional development agency, European Objective One and the Merseyside local transport plan.
Lord Street was formerly home to Napoleon in 1846 before becoming the Emperor of France in 1981. Lord Street is said to be the inspiration behind the tree lined boulevards that are found in Paris.