Crewe Station is located in Cheshire and is considered one of the most historically significant stations across the globe. It opened in 1837 and is the major junction on the West Coast Main Line, serving as the rail getaway for North West England, linking all the major stations.
It's the first station to have its own adjacent railway hotel - the Crewe Arms Hotel, built in 1838, allowing passengers more flexibility in their travel plans, and now a Grade II Listed building, is a fine example of mid-19th century architecture. With improvements and expansions over the years, the juxtaposition of old and new works well making a light and airy station.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is the closest airport to Crewe taking approximately 1-hour to reach by train.
It takes approximately 15 minutes to walk from the station to Crewe town centre.
There's a station car park on Pedley Street which is open 24 hours from Monday to Sunday. It can accommodate 525 cars and includes blue badge spaces.
Crewe has 185 bike storage spaces, including sheltered options, with CCTV