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Crewe, then known as Creu is a large railway town within the Cheshire East unitary authority, Cheshire County, England. The prime roads A500, A530, A534 and M6 primarily serve Crewe. It lies not too far from Chester, Ellesmere Port, Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent. The town is famous for being home to the Crewe Works, its large railway junction and performing arts.

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Museum of Primitive Methodism features wide collection of artifacts, pictures and documents related to the history of early Methodist movement. The museum is located at Englesea Brook, Crewe, Cheshire.

The Market Centre at Victoria Street in Crewe is one of the town's finest shopping destinations. The centre lies at the heart of the town and homes several shops that sell wide variety of goods like fashion items, technology and so much more. The Market Centre alone is already fine to capture every shopaholic's fancy.

Queen's Park is a vast and popular public park within the town of Crewe. Its attractions include a large lake, boats for hire, a magnificent Victorian clock tower, a man-made waterfall, play ground, monuments and fountains.

Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker will surely make everyone's day fun filled and exciting. Getting into the Nuclear Bunker provides every visitor the chance to see and unravel the mystery, technology and history of the secret underground nuclear war facility within Nantwich, Cheshire.

Nantwich Museum has massive displays that tell about the history and development of life and industry within the town of Cheshire. The interesting museum is located at Pillory Street, Nantwich, Cheshire.

Crewe Heritage Centre was built to commemorate 150 years of the town of Crewe, and was opened in 1987 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. In the early 90's the name was changed to 'The Railway Age' to reflect the railway side of the centres activities which was more prominant at the time. Following a change of management in 2007, the decision was taken to return to the name of The Crewe Heritage Centre and to the original aims to reflect the wider aspects of the heritage of the town in addition to its railway history.