Historic Chester

A Perfect Place to Visit

Afloat on Cheshire's Waterways

Explore Cheshire by Train

During Covid-19, the Government are advising that you should avoid non-essential public transport use and try to avoid rush hour, varying your usual travel times to prevent crowding.


In 1863 one man transformed travel in Britain. His name was George Bradshaw and his Bradshaw's Handbook enthused the Victorians to take to the tracks.

For Cheshire and its surrounding area, this is your 21st century electronic equivalent to Bradshaw’s.

Stop by stop, it tells you, where to travel and what to see.

From each station, you can see what's on, nearby attractions and places to visit down the line.

Complete with rail timetables, live departues and all you need to know when travelling by train, this is your very own guide that showcases Cheshire at its Best.

Enjoy Cheshire but remember its better by train.

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