St. Elphin's, Warrington, Cheshire, England Chris & I married on 14th April 1979 in this beautiful church. Chris's funeral was held in this beautiful church 1st June 2012.

Elphin's, Warrington, Cheshire, England Chris & I married on April 1979 in this beautiful church. Chris's funeral was held in this beautiful church June

cottage in Sankey Valley Park, Warrington, Cheshire, England.

cottage in Sankey Valley Park, Warrington - would love a house with this much character!

cottage in Sankey Valley Park, Warrington, Cheshire, England.

cottage in Sankey Valley Park, Warrington - would love a house with this much character!

The Barley Mow Pub, Warrington, England. The pub was built in 1561 and has all the character you would expect from a pub so old. We are situated in the old market place in the middle of Golden Square.

The Barley Mow Pub, Warrington, England. The pub was built in 1561 and has all the character you would expect from a pub so old. We are situated in the old market place in the middle of Golden Square.

St Elphin's Church, Warrington has one of the highest spires in the country

St Elphin's Church, Warrington has one of the highest spires in the country.

Walton Hall Gardens, Walton Lea Road, Higher Walton, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 6SN

FREE Days Out and things to do in Cheshire - Free events - Free Entry places Cheshire - Museums, Galleries, Country parks etc

The line of George Stephenson's Liverpool to Manchester Railway crossed the Sankey Valley near Newton-le-Willows. The Viaduct he constructed there was the first major structure of the Railway Era, the first true passenger railway over the first canal of the Industrial Revolution. The arches were built high enough to allow full-masted flats to pass beneath. The Viaduct cost £45,200 to construct, and is set on some 200 piles 20 - 30 feet deep.

The line of George Stephenson's Liverpool to Manchester Railway crossed the Sankey Valley near Newton-le-Willows. The Viaduct he constructed there was the first major structure of the Railway Era, the first true passenger railway over the first canal of the Industrial Revolution. The arches were built high enough to allow full-masted flats to pass beneath. The Viaduct cost £45,200 to construct, and is set on some 200 piles 20 - 30 feet deep.

Archery Sculpture Sankey Valley Park Photo Country Girl at Heart Flickr CC 600x800

Absolute Proof That Art and Archery are Perfect Together - Archery 360

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