A574 road

The A574 is a road in England, running through the borough of Warrington before terminating at the end of Butts Bridge in Leigh. The route covers a distance of approximately 13 miles (21 km)[1] and links Warrington town centre with the outer suburbs of Birchwood and Sankey.

The road passes through the following districts of Warrington and Leigh (in route order):

Being in the new part of Warrington, the road is renowned for its numerous roundabouts[2]—26 in all,[3] the first one less than 12 mile (0.80 km) from the start and the last about 1 mile (1.6 km) from the terminus.[4]

UK road A574

A574
Route information
Length13 mi (21 km)
Major junctions
FromSankey Bridges, Warrington (A57)
53°24′12″N 2°34′24″W / 53.4032°N 2.5734°W
  M62
A57
A49
A50
A580
ToButts Bridge, Leigh (A572)
53°29′32″N 2°29′57″W / 53.4921°N 2.4991°W
Road network

References

  1. ^ The AA Route Planner
  2. ^ Society for All British Road Enthusiasts, A574 route description
  3. ^ Count of roundabouts on the A574, using maps at Multimap
  4. ^ A-Z Warrington and district 1998 Edition (pgs 12/13)

Coordinates: 53°26′43″N 2°31′23″W / 53.4452°N 2.5230°W

Listed buildings in Croft, Cheshire

Croft is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Warrington in Cheshire, England, north of the town of Warrington. It contains 13 buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England as designated listed buildings. All of these are listed at Grade II, the lowest of the three gradings given to listed buildings, applied to "buildings of national importance and special interest". The parish is mainly rural, and other than a milestone its listed buildings are related to churches, houses or farms.

Listed buildings in Culcheth and Glazebury

Culcheth and Glazebury is a civil parish in the Borough of Warrington in Cheshire, England, northeast of the town of Warrington. It contains ten buildings that are recorded in the National Heritage List for England as designated listed buildings. Other than the villages of Culcheth and Glazebury, the parish is rural. The A574 road runs through it, and two milestones adjacent to the road are listed. The church in Glazebury is also listed; all the other listed buildings are related to houses or farms.

A roads in Zone 5 of the Great Britain road numbering scheme

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