Westminster, Ellesmere Port
|Westminster shown within Cheshire|
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Westminster, Ellesmere Port is a suburb of the town of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, England. It is located to the north of the town centre and it is the location of the M53 motorway. Westminster is famous for its terraced houses and the Joseph Groome Towers, three thirteen-storey tower blocks built as public housing . It is also known as the wezzy.
To the north of the suburb is the Canal Village which is the location of the Boat Museum.
The area has just one school, Westminster Community Primary.
Ellesmere Port train station is located in Westminster and provides half-hourly Merseyrail trains to Liverpool Central. There is also regular bus routes:
|7||Rivacre||Kendal Drive||Bus Station||Every 30 mins||GHA Coaches|
|X36||Ellesmere Port||John Lennon Airport||Runcorn||Every 1 Hour||GHA Coaches|
|SP1||Ellesmere Port||Mold||New Brighton||Every 1 Hour||GHA Coaches||Shuttle Service|
|SP2||Ellesmere Port||Mold||Buckley Cross||Every 2 Hours||GHA Coaches||Shuttle Service|
|272||Arrowe Park||Ellesmere Port||Willaston||Hourly||Eazibus / Helms of Eastham|
- Historic England. "Monument No. 1505166". PastScape. Retrieved 6 October 2015.
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