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About Warrington Bank Quay Rail Station

 

Located in Cheshire, North West England, Warrington is a town populated by approximately 200,000. People born in Warrington are known as Warringtonians. Historically, Warrington belonged to the county of Lancashire, but administrative changes by the Government meant that Warringhton has fallen under the Cheshire County Council since 1974.

 

Warrington is a scenic town with a lot of green space, woodland and gardens. The town has a range of amenities available for sports and entertainment.

 

There is a bowling alley and an indoor paintball venue in Winwick Quay, with a karting centre nearby in Bank Quay. A Crazy Golf venue and Laser Quest arena can be found near the town centre and which are very popular. Gulliver’s World family theme park in the area of Old Hill has over 90 rides, attractions and shows to see each day. Parr Hall is the local concert venue, while Warrington Museum & Art Gallery and The Pyramid arts centre are all popular attractions.

 

The local shopping mall is Golden Square which opened in 1974. It houses top name stores including Debenhams, Zara, and H&M and is open 7 days a week. Warrington is home to the first UK IKEA store, which is located in a spacious shopping area called Westbrook. Marks and Spencer’s have also taken advantage of the wide areas of space and have their biggest store outside of London in Warrington, with Next and Toys “R” Us following suit.

 

The town of Warrington is split into two by the River Mersey. It runs directly through the heart of the town, with only two main thoroughfares allowing crossings at Bridge Foot and Kingsway Bridge. Bank Quay and Central are the two main railway stations of Warrington. Both stations provide connections to Manchester, Liverpool and Chester. Positioned midway between Liverpool’s John Lennon and Manchester’s International Airports, Warrington has easy access to the M62, M6 and the M56 motorways.