AINTREE, a township in Sephton parish, Lancashire; on the Alt river and the Leeds canal, 6 miles NNE of Liverpool. It has a post office under Liverpool, a station on the Lancashire and Yorkshire railway, and an Episcopalian chapel; and it contains, with a grand stand built in 1830, a race-course, 1½ mile round, where the Liverpool races are run in February and July. Acres, 825. Pop., 300. Houses, 52.
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)
- Longmoor Lane, Baptist
- St Giles, Aintree Lane, Church of England
- St Peter, Warbreck Moor, Church of England
- Longmore Lane, Primitive Methodist
- Holy Rosary, Altway, Roman Catholic
- Warbreck Moor, Wesleyan Methodist
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