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Self Storages in Church Stretton, SY1
Self Storages in SY1 Church Stretton These Self Storage companies are located in Church Stretton

Handy Moves
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 53, 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: Storage Solutions
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Storage
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

Ark Storage
Company Type: Storage
Birch House Farm
, SY10 7DY
Tel. 01691 659716

CML Logistics Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
Nova House/Audley Av Enterprise Pk
, TF10 7DW
Tel. 01952 820285

Denios Ltd
Company Type: Self Storage Units
Unit 1-3 Audley Av Enterprise Pk
, TF10 7DW
Tel. 01952 811991

Firmin Coates Ltd
Company Type: Self Storages
Harlescott La
, SY1 3AW
Tel. 01743 448302

Horsehay Ltd
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Horsehay Est
, TF4 3PY
Tel. 01952 503344

Severn Valley Storage Ltd
Company Type: Storage
Alveley Ind Est
, WV15 6HG
Tel. 01746 780123

Storage King
Company Type: Storage Company
Archers Way
, SY1 3GA
Tel. 01743 464400

Storage King Shrewsbury
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Archers Way
, SY1 3GA
Tel. 0808-166 2380

Wincanton Records Management
Company Type: Self Storages
Unit D/Stafford Pk 12
, TF3 3BJ
Tel. 01952 293075

The following Removals & Storage are the ones that we have found closest to Church Stretton
Executive Moves
Company Type: Removals & Storage
8 Sawston Close
, SY3 6AY
Tel. 01743 242947

Upton Glyn
Company Type: Storage

, TF6 5DR
Tel. 01952 223082

Sureline Removals
Company Type: Storage Solutions
Anfield/Windsor La
, SY4 3LR
Tel. 01743 354350

Comerford Removals
Company Type: Removals & Storage
10 Market St
, SY4 5EA
Tel. 01939 234404

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SY1 Self Storages services in Church Stretton
Places of interest in Church Stretton, SY1

Shrewsbury railway station

Severn Bridge Junction signal box[1], at the south end of the station and built by the LNWR, is the largest surviving mechanical signal box in Britain, with a frame accommodating 180 levers, and is a listed building. Whilst the line beyond Abbey Foregate signal box to Wolverhampton has been updated to electronic signalling, Shrewsbury itself is set to remain lever operated for the foreseeable future - BBC News. As a result of Shrewsbury's joint (GWR/LNWR) history, and having been transferred at different times between the Western and London Midland regions of BR and more recently Network Rail - it is now in the Great Western territory again - the signalling is a diverse mixture of lower-quadrant and upper-quadrant semaphore signals, with a few colour lights too. Crewe Junction[2], on the north end of the station, accommodates around 120 levers and is of the same design as Severn Bridge Junction. The other Shrewsbury signal boxes are at Abbey Foregate [3] (to a GWR design), controlling the eastern corner of the triangle, Sutton Bridge Junction[4] where the Aberystwyth line diverges from the Hereford line, Crewe Bank[5] (was to have been closed[6] on 4/4/2009, but still hanging on) just beyond the station towards Crewe, and Harlescott Crossing[7], slightly further on towards Crewe.

Shrewsbury (HM Prison)

The prison is located on Howard Street, adjacent to Shrewsbury railway station, and is near to the site of the Dana Gaol (where a medieval prison once stood before the railway station was built). The name The Dana is still often used for the prison, as well as being the name of the road to one side of the prison and the pedestrian route that runs from near the front of the prison into the town centre via a footbridge over the station.

Castle Walk Footbridge

It links the Castlefields area of the town to the northwest with the Cherry Orchard/Underdale part of town to the southeast.

Chester Golf Club

Situated in Curzon Park, Chester Golf Club was founded on 24 May 1901. Formerly known as Brueres Halgh during the early Middle Ages, the land was used for agricultural purposes for many years. During the English Civil War a Parliamentary gun emplacement besieging Chester was used to bombard the northern defences of the city from a location close to where the maintenance sheds now stand.


These new developments caused local concern as the physicality and therefore the feel of the city was being dramatically altered. In 1968, a report by Donald Insall[21] in collaboration with authorities and government recommended that historic buildings be preserved in Chester. Consequently, the buildings were used in new and different ways instead of being flattened.[22]

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