Crewe station
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Crewe Station

Crewe is synonymous with the railway. In the 19th Century, it was chosen as the location for the Grand Junction Railway company’s main engineering works and became a vibrant centre of transport innovation. And, it was the first train station to have it’s very own hotel. The town was expanded out in 1843, six years after the station opened, to accommodate the ever-growing amount of workers serving the station and engineering works. 

Crewe station underwent renovation in 2010, and in 2011 the council purchased the former Royal Mail depot and Weston House, demolishing the two buildings to create a new, step-free entrance to the station, as well as a 244 space car park. In 2016 the station buildings of 1867 were added to the National Heritage List for England as a Grade II listed building. 
Today, Crewe train station is one of the Northwest’s largest stations, with approximately 23 trains passing through every hour. It has 12 platforms and is served by Avanti West Coast, East Midlands Railway and Transport for Wales.

Facilities at the station include toilets and baby changing facilities. It has step-free access, and available wheelchairs should you need them. The car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and there is sheltered bicycle storage for cycles. 

Crewe station trains run to and from Bangor, Birmingham New Street, Bristol Temple Meads, Cardiff Central, Manchester Airport, Milton Keynes Central, Liverpool Lime Street, Shrewsbury, Stafford. 

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