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Since the land was bought from the Earl of Crewe, whose mansion stood nearby, and it was located in the township of Crewe, the station was called Crewe.
The railway station gave its name to the town of Crewe that was actually situated in the ancient parish of Coppenhall.
one of the best pieces of mid-C19 platform architecture designed anywhere on the LNWR network, and as rare surviving examples nationally of buildings of a major junction station of this period.
The purpose was to link the four largest cities of England by joining the existing Liverpool and Manchester Railway with the projected London & Birmingham Railway.By the 1890s a survey revealed 1,000 trains passing within a 24-hour period.