High Speed 2

Since its station opened in 1837, Crewe has become one of the most well-known railway towns in Britain, a key interchange for passengers and freight around which a community and engineering industry grew in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Now Crewe’s future role on the railway seems assured after the Government declared its backing for the Crewe Hub scheme.


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