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Private Detective in Newton-le-Willows

This market town in Merseyside called Newton-le-Willows was known earlier as Newton-in-Makerfield. Its midway situated between Liverpool and Manchester. It has a population of 22,114 during the last census of 2011. It is recorded in the history books as early as 1205. Before the arrival of the railway in 1830 this town was an agricultural village with small industries like a cotton spinner. Since the19th century this town has grown closely with the development of the railway industry.

This library of Newton-le-Willows was built in 1909 with a grant of 4,000 pounds from the trust of St. Helens Metropolitan Council. It is located in Crow Lane East and is open every day of the week except Tuesdays. They provide adult and community learning in the libraries across St. Helens with virtual learning centres to make it easy to disseminate learning. It is a great place to be and the building is one of the historical landmarks.

This town has two historic railway stations; the Newton-le-Willows station is located in the old part of town that was originally built. It was opened to the same time as the other one, Earlestown railway station, in 1830. The original Liverpool and Manchester lines were joined by the 1837 line running south to Birmingham. There have been three other railway stations in the town over the years, these are situated at parkside. Other important landmarks are the Sankey Viaduct and the Newton Viaduct.

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