The southbound main building.
Opened in 1963, Knutsford was one of the country's first motorway service stations. As with many services of the time, there are two sites located on either side of the carriageway, linked by a bridge which features a restaurant and shop. The services are owned by Moto.
The service station has a very short exit slip road, close to the A556 exit slip road on the north-bound side of the M6. Slow moving vehicles are often forced to pull into the main carriageway at slow speeds. The station played a pivotal role in comedian Rhod Gilbert's special Rhod Gilbert and the Award-Winning Mince Pie.
The Cheshire Police Motorway Unit has one of its bases here, situated on the southbound side.
- Motorway Services Trivia - Chronology - Accessed 21 January 2009
- Moto Official Site - Knutsford
- Motorway Services Trivia Website - Knutsford
- Motorway Services Online - Knutsford
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