Location and Transportation
Getting to Wrexham
Wrexham, which occupies a central position in relation to all manufacturing regions in the UK, in situated in the north-eastern corner of Wales, immediately adjacent to the border with England. Its position in terms of road and rail links within the UK, is superb and it is just 45 minutes' drive time away from Manchester International Airport.
The major road serving Wrexham, and just minutes from the town centre and all major industrial estates, is the A483. This road connects Wrexham to the national motorway network, via the M53/M56, at a point just twelve miles away from the town. From here there is easy access to all routes, north, south, east and west. Particularly to Manchester Airport and the west coast ports of Mostyn, Liverpool, Holyhead and Garston, but also to the east coast ports, via the trans-pennine motorway.
Wrexham has two railway stations and connections to the mainline passenger routes and two major rail freight terminals are located a short journey away by road.