HERITAGE OPEN DAYS

6th September 2018 - 16th September 2018

Enjoy some of the free Heritage Open Days at Northwich on the Mid Cheshire Line ....

Click here to download Heritage Open Days - The Buildings Open to View in Cheshire West and Chester.

On the Mid Cheshire Line this includes:

- Thursday 13th Sept – informal tours around Northwich Station (the Zone) (p28)
- Saturday 15th Sept, 2pm at Rail Walk from Northwich Station – railway (p34)
- Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th Sept – Marvellous Days Out artwork exhibition in Northwich Plaza (p28)

Also join the Community Rail Partnership on their Station to Station on train performance – the 11.02 from Chester on Thursday September 13th to Man Picc with another performance there at 1pm on Piccadilly Station.

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