Bootle


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

Bootle,

town (1991 pop. 70,860), Sefton metropolitan district, NW England, at the mouth of the Mersey River. It has extensive docks adjacent to those of Liverpool. Besides shipping, Bootle's industries include tanning, tin smelting, engineering, and flour milling.

Bootle

a port in NW England, in Sefton unitary authority, Merseyside; on the River Mersey adjoining Liverpool. Pop.: 59 123 (2001)
References in periodicals archive ?
As a result of the blaze, Bootle Oriel Road train station was evacuated and trains on the Southport line between Bootle Oriel Road and Bootle New Strand stations were suspended.
Chasing the Hall's 200 after James Hurlin (96), George Johansen (31) and Peter Hodgson (26) all made runs, Bootle recovered from 107-7 to survive to 130-9.
Speaking at a special dinner in Birmingham, Mr Bootle said the region had
It was built using stone from the Forest of Dean and lists all the Bootle men who were killed.
Bootle's skipper Snellgrove Bootle openers Craig Prince (52) and Snellgrove (42) got the visitors' reply off to a flyer with a stand of 99.
Further efforts from Alicia Hardacre (2) and Sheree Thompson capped two promotions in three years as Merseyrail Bootle move into Step W3 of the Women's football pyramid.
Just a few minutes' walk away are Bootle's main bus terminus and Bootle Strand railway station.
Bootle Beer Festival will take place over two days in the old Little Merton pub building on the banks of the Leeds to Liverpool canal.
Thirteen years ago, I was invited to go to Bootle Town Hall to lay a plaque for the civilians of Bootle that were killed.
Mr Benton is one of the oldest MPs in Parliament and was elected in his Bootle constituency in 1990.
He played one of the best innings I've ever seen against Bootle when Burnley knocked us out of the Lancashire Cup this year.
In fact, Bootle residents are reported to have the lowest life expectancy in the country.