Throstles Nest Hotel, Scotland Road

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Coordinates: 53°25′19″N2°58′52″W / 53.422°N 2.981°W / 53.422; -2.981 The Throstles Nest Hotel is on Scotland Road in Vauxhall, Liverpool, and is situated adjacent to St Anthony's Church.

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