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Warrington, City Centre intro. The Cheshire town of Warrington is set along the banks of the River Mersey, equidistant from Manchester and Liverpool to the east and west. As with so many towns and cities in the region, it was founded by the Romans at an important ford on the river, and was well-established as a market town by the Middle Ages. The Industrial Revolution kicked the town into the modern age, with the Manchester Ship Canal and the railroad creating a transportation hub for the products from the dark, satanic-looking mills covering urban Lancashire and Warrington itself. The city centre, once the hub of shopping for the area, has been superseded by other shopping districts, such as Golden Square, and now has only a few independent shops, with the reminder closed and boarded up or converted temporarily to charity shops. The old market area is close to Warrington City Centre hotels, with its Food Hall, delicatessens and traditional butchers, along with other interesting small shops, set under cover.