Park Lane is a lesser known Bath Stone Quarry south of the village of Neston. First worked in 1886 is was one of the most successful quarries in the area. A slop shaft led down to over three miles of underground passageways. Work was suspened during World War II but unlike many nearby quarries, the site was not used for storage or production.
Limited work continued after the war but productiion ceased in 1960 and the quarry was sealed. Access was re-established and in 2013 production restarted; Park Lane Bath Stone now work the site, supplying architectural and restoration clients. The resident bat population have their own secure area of the mine.