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The Crewe Heritage Centre, built to commemorate 150 years of the town of Crewe, was opened in 1987 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Based in a truly unique location, right in the heart of the Grand Junction Railway. Our site is connected to the...more
Hours Today: Closed
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
The Railway Age Vernon Way, Crewe CW1 2DB, England
Trains. Lots of them, and train related stuff. Oh and a cool miniature railway (train related again). Good view from the signal box, and when you have finished you can pop up Nantwich Road for a kofta from Ali Babas.
Very disappointed that this place was closed in the middle of summer. Only reason for visiting Crewe was this museum. Didn’t think I’d need to check online to see if it was open seeing it’s the middle of summer.
What an excellent place such nice people they absolutely make it such enthusiasm was so nice . We had an excellent day chatting riding trains going inside trains playing with the train sets for any train enthusiast ❤️
Visited today , if you are on foot it's a long walk from the station
On arrival No one on the gate we were asked to pay at the cafe which we did.
Do not take notice of the Web site it shows
I've visited many times over the years and watched it become a boys club and vehicle storage for things that have no relevance to Crewe. What is there is desperately in need of updating. They'd be better off making it free admission and focusing on...More
WE live locally so have been here on several occasions, my grandsons are 12 and 14 and it is interesting for them both and they like trains and both like the engineering aspects of the vehicle, we had a bus ride too on a Routemaster...More
I attended for the 70 years of British Rail Event. There was so much to see: working signal boxes, the Advanced Passenger Train, diesel driver simulator, miniature railway - I spent much more time there than expected. But all the locomotives had clutter in front...More
This place is a real treasure trove and a nice way to spend a few hours. Exhibits are opened up to the public in particular the APT which is fantastic, makes a nice change from having to look from the outside and that makes it...More