Map of Cheshire
This map of Cheshire clearly presents this central province of England and its surroundings. Using this map of Cheshire, the traveller can easily organize his trip and determine his travel destination as well as the main tourist sights in the area. Planning your trip, finding a good hotel or a car hire service, all become very easy when you have in mind the accurate picture of this English province, provided by this map of Cheshire.
This is a map of Cheshire which can provide you with an accurate understanding of the roads, provincial divides and structure of the county. Cheshire (also known as the County Palatine of Chester, or archaically as “County of Chester”) is in the North West of England and is a ceremonial county.
It shares part of its border with wales which means that it forms part of England’s border. Chester is the Cheshire County’s, county town although the largest town is Warrington. There are several other major towns, some of the most notable towns include: Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Widnes Wilmslow and Congleton. a town status, as well as borough status and is also known as a unitary authority. Warrington is located in Cheshire, England and lies on the River Mersey’s banks, Liverpool is some 18 miles to the west, Manchester is around 16 miles to the east and St Helens. Is around 8 miles to the north of Warrington.
Cheshire also shares its borders at the north with Merseyside and Greater Manchester, to the east is the county of Derbyshire and it shares borders at the south with Staffordshire and Shropshire. Cheshire is a part of the area that forms the North Midlands, which also includes Staffordshire, Shropshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and Derbyshire. Cheshire County is also included as a part of the Welsh Marches.
The county holds a population of around 700,000 inside its 905 square mile border (2343 Square KM). Cheshire is mainly a rural county, although there are a few large towns along the River Mersey and there is the historic city of Chester. There are a number of smaller villages and rurally towns that uphold an industry of agriculture. Historically, it’s famous for its production Cheshire cheese, salt, woven silk and bulk chemicals as well as its former principality.
Another thing it’s famous for is being the home-place or rather the inspiration for the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland written by Daresbury born Lewis Carroll.