Which part of England is Crewe?
Crewe, a working-class town in the south of Cheshire, was just a village until the railway arrived in the mid-nineteenth century.
The Grand Junction Railway chose this place for its locomotive works in the 1830s, and a city soon arose at this crucial junction of England’s transport network.
What is the nearest city to Crewe?
Is Crewe in Cheshire East or West?
Is Crewe in Cheshire a nice place to live?