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woolston park up to thelwall viaduct and back via paddington meadows

England, United Kingdom

woolston park up to thelwall viaduct and back via paddington meadows

Length
7.6 mi
Elev. Gain
275.5 ft
Est. Steps
18000

River

Muddy

Created by Bob
Introduction
woolston park up to thelwall viaduct and back via paddington meadows is a 7.7 miles (18,000-step) route located near England, United Kingdom. This route has an elevation gain of about 275.5 ft and is rated as medium. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.
Most of the walk is along well made pathways and old canal bank - no big inclines but some gates that wheelchairs wouldn’t fit through - had the luck to see peregrine falcon hunting along with many varieties of waterfowl

Woolston Eyes

Place
Woolston Eyes is a Site of Special Scientific Interest located in the town of Warrington, England, alongside the Manchester Ship Canal. The eyes themselves are used for the deposition of dredgings from the Ship Canal under a Waste Management Licence issued by the Environment Agency.The Woolston Eyes Conservation Group manages the site as a nature reserve with access by permit only.

Padgate railway station

Place
Padgate railway station is a railway station in the Padgate area of the east of the town of Warrington, in North West England. The station, and all trains serving it, are operated by Northern. It is 14 miles (23 km) west of Manchester Oxford Road on the southern route of the Liverpool to Manchester Line.

Paddington Meadows

Park
Paddington Meadows is a Local Nature Reserve in Warrington, Cheshire. The land was donated to Warrington Borough council in 1995. It was designated in November 2005.The site comprises almost 30 hectares of meadow grassland occupying the area to the south of Manchester Road (the A57) and to the north of the Mersey.

Woolston Park

Park
Woolston Park is a modern park that is situated in the civil parish of Woolston, Warrington in the English county of Cheshire.Woolston Park covers 56 acres (230,000 m²) and was officially opened in 1977. It was created from neglected farmland to provide a valuable refuge for people and wildlife amongst the rapidly expanding local community.

Grange Industrial Estate

Place
The Grange Industrial Estate is an area of warehousing and employment in Warrington, England. The largest of these was the Safeway warehouse until it was taken over by Morrisons in January 2006 and the large bank vault of the former Midland Bank.The Estate borders the civil parish of Woolston.The estate was created in its present location in proximity to the M6, M62 and M56 motorway networks.

Martinscroft

Place
Martinscroft is a part of the civil parish of Woolston in Warrington, Cheshire, England.It is rumoured that Battery Lane in the village got its name from where Oliver Cromwell stored his weapons during his visit in the civil war.Martinscroft Green is the village green and is also a popular place for recreational activities.

Bruche Police National Training Centre

Place
The Bruche Police Training Centre was a training complex for probationary police officers in the United Kingdom. It trained many thousands of officers over a period of around sixty years, until its closure in May 2006. The site in a suburb of Warrington was operated by CENTREX, the 'Central Police Training and Development Authority'.

New Cut Heritage and Ecology Trail

Park

Grey Mist Mere

Water

Premier Inn

Tourist Attraction
Route Details

Length

7.6 mi

Elev. Gain

275.5 ft

Est. Steps

18000
Created by
Bob
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