Chester Transportation

  • Railway station, Chester
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  • Railway station, Chester
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  • car parking

    by stemc Updated Feb 21, 2006

    if coming to Chester by car the long stay carpark by the county hall and chester castle near the river is best cost £3.00 for 6 hours .the north gate carpark for long stay is limited to 3hours for £3.00

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    Show boating

    by sandysmith Written Aug 31, 2003

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    There are trips available on the River Dee in these open top type boats. A pleasant way to spend an hou or two on a warm summers day. For more details enlarge the pic and see the web address and telephone number.

    Small motor boats or rowing boats can also be hired for 30 minutes at a time but at £5 for up to 5 people seems a bit steep for such a short time.

    Chester boats
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    Crewe Story

    by DrewV Written Aug 12, 2003

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    You could take a boat along the river Deva, but since the river silted up back in the 1600's, that's less of an option. The river's silting, combined with Chester's support of Charles I (the wrong choice) in the English Civil War, led to Chester's marginalization and lack of industrialization. For centuries, the town was left behind.

    Of course, in retrospect, this was a very good thing. Chester does not suffer the pollution and crime of neighboring cities in the Northeast. But it does mean that to get to Chester by train, you'll have to change lines at Crewe, a rather sketchy industrial town east of Chester.

    The not-so-navigable river Deva

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    Bus Tour

    by sandysmith Updated May 3, 2003

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    Open-top BUS sightseeing tours - last 55 minutes but your ticket is valid all day so you may get on and off the tour as you please. Frequent departures every day from various stops around the city including the Station, the River Dee, Town Hall and Lower Bridge Street. However Chester is fairly compact and it does not take long to get anywhere.

    chester tour bus
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    Train Station

    by Balam Written Apr 3, 2012

    Chester Station is probably about a 10 minute walk from the city centre. There are quite a few shops on the concourse as well as a nice bar/cafe.

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    • Trains
    • Historical Travel
    • Budget Travel

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    Vintage bus

    by Britannia2 Updated Apr 10, 2010

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    There is a new way to see Chester - from a 1911 vintage bus. The staff wear period costume and it takes in all the sites.

    Chesters vintage bus

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    River Dee

    by wandabendik Written Jul 23, 2007

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    Take a cruise up the River Dee.
    1/2 nour cruise Adults £6.00
    Seniors £5.00
    Children £2.00
    Pay on board.

    Cruiseing on the river. Cruiseing on the river.
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    • Cruise
    • School Holidays

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