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Crewe

(kro͞o), town (1991 pop. 59,097), Cheshire East, W central England. It is an important railroad junction with large locomotive and car works, including Rolls-Royce motors.

Crewe

 

a city in Great Britain. Population, 51,300 (1971). Crewe is a major railway junction. It produces railroad equipment, locomotives, railroad cars, and automobiles.

Crewe

a town in NW England, in Cheshire: major railway junction. Pop.: 67 683 (2001)
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57 acre) Royal Arcade site in Crewe town centre, which currently comprises 26 retail units and the town~s current bus station.
This is an invitation to ascertain if there are interested parties in delivering the following:Cheshire East Council is actively promoting a regeneration programme within Crewe town centre which includes the proposed redevelopment of part(s) of Crewe Town Centre in the freehold ownership of the Council.
Motorists were advised to avoid roads in the area and not to head towards Crewe town centre where possible, as congestion builds from the diversions in place.
The Sidings is within walking distance of Crewe town centre and is ideally located for Liverpool, Manchester and Chester.