Warrington Interchange at dusk, evening, Winwick Street, Warrington, Cheshire, England, UK, WA1 1TS

Warrington Interchange at  dusk, evening, Winwick Street, Warrington, Cheshire, England, UK, WA1 1TS Stock Photo
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Tony Smith / Alamy Stock Photo

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2M3JBM0

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46.3 MB (1.5 MB Compressed download)

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5400 x 3000 px | 45.7 x 25.4 cm | 18 x 10 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

7 November 2022

Location:

Winwick Street, Warrington, Cheshire, England, UK, WA1 1TS

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There are various modes of transport available in Warrington. Warrington has seven railway stations within its boundaries. The town has two main railway stations, Bank Quay on the London to Glasgow and Chester – Warrington – Newton-le-Willows – Manchester lines, and Central on the Liverpool – Widnes – Manchester line and the Transpennine route. Bank Quay is much altered, but Central (built 1873) is of some architectural merit, featuring polychromatic brickwork. However, both main railway stations have suffered from years of under investment. A new entrance and concourse has been built at Bank Quay, and similar work started in July 2010 at Central station. There are also stations in the suburbs at Warrington West, Sankey, Glazebrook, Padgate and Birchwood. The town and its districts are fairly well served by bus services. Warrington's Own Buses is the main provider of services, operating most of the day time bus routes. Arriva North West, First Greater Manchester. National Express also operate their long-distance services through Warrington. Most services that serve Warrington depart from and arrive at Warrington Interchange. However services can be caught from various points around the town centre, principally Rylands Street (for South and Eastbound routes), Academy Way (Inbound and Eastbound routes), Warrington Central for Northbound services, Sankey Street for Westbound, Eastbound and Southbound buses.