Crewe


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Crewe

 (kro͞o) also Crewe and Nant·wich (nănt′wĭch′)
A town of west-central England southeast of Liverpool. It is an important railroad junction.

Crewe

(kruː)
n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in Cheshire: major railway junction. Pop: 67 683 (2001)
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the way to Crewe to post you those few lines, my dear Bunny
Already men, weep- ing with joy, as I have heard, shouting and staying their work to shake hands and shout, were making up trains, even as near as Crewe, to descend upon London.
It's an awkward time just now to command an absolutely clear line, but if we can once get you past Crewe you'll be all right.
But even he grew strangely depressed after we had started, and so, when we reached Crewe, I asked him to come and have a drink.
From Crewe I had the compartment to myself, though the train was crowded.
Behind them marched six hundred Cheshire and Lancashire archers, bearing the badge of the Audleys, followed by the famous Lord Audley himself, with the four valiant squires, Dutton of Dutton, Delves of Doddington, Fowlehurst of Crewe, and Hawkestone of Wainehill, who had all won such glory at Poictiers.
Shortly after our return to England my mother died--she was killed eight years ago in a railway accident near Crewe.
A high-speed rail service to Stoke-on-Trent, platform extensions and a re-designed junction at Crewe to give more people to access to HS2 are amongst plans being backed by government, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has confirmed today (9 March 2018).
BUSINESSES and residents across Cheshire and North Wales are being urged to have their say on the Government's plans for Crewe station - to make sure the area isn't left behind when HS2 is built.
COVENTRY City resume their League Two campaign on Saturday as they entertain Crewe Alexandra at the Ricoh Arena.
Port Vale 0 Crewe 1 STEVE DAVIES heaped praise on youngsters James Baillie and James Jones following Crewe's derby victory.
They took on a free-scoring Crewe team who netted 23 times in nine away games as they finished runners-up to Huddersfield Town in the North Division.