Crewe is no stranger to railways, so much so that the city itself owes its entire existence due to their coming. From almost the instant of their invention, the area which was formerly farmland, was slowly transformed into one of the greatest steam engine and carriage workshops that ever existed and its rich heritage is reflected in its impressive railway station.
Comprising 12 platforms, 7 of which terminating, large concourse and platform areas detailed by a triptych round arches motif, the station is a still a large hub for cross-country travel and has capacity for productions of any size.
Applications for this location require the completion and submission of a specific Virgin Method Statement template, downloadable here.
Industrial, Stations, Victorian