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Lymm Services Lorry Park Truck Stop Poplar 2000
Transport Cafe & Coaches Located at the M6 M56 Intersections

Cliff Lane, Lymm, Cheshire, WA13 0SP

Telephone 01925 757777

Lymm Services

Lymm Truck Stop Lorry Park Location Details

Lymm Transport Cafe Lorry Park is located very well on the M6 and M56 Intersection also the A50, B5158 & B5356 all meeting at the Intersection. The Lorry Park is very well sign posted on the motorways, so you cannot miss it.

Lymm Truck Stop Lorry Park hours of Business

24 hours Monday to Friday
Limited Saturday & Sunday

Lymm Truck Stop Lorry Park Facilities

W.H.Smiths Shop
CB Shack Shop
Travel Lodge

lymmThis Truck stop has been absorbed into the MOTO GROUP, and this is the combination of Granada and Compass group I understand.

Mail from a reader as follows.

Poplar 2000 has been owned for a long time now by GRANADA now known as Moto.

Information on Lymm Poplar Services 2000 supplied by Cliff of Lorry Bits, a CB shop on this site.

Poplar 2000 Services opened in 1994, (I think it was around May.) The original truck stop, 'The Poplars' was just across the road from here, and it was known to everyone as 'Pops'. That was there for many, many years. I can’t give you an exact date, but I know for sure that it was there in the late ‘50s.



0 #2 Dirty 2014-04-13 09:31
Showers a disgrace
0 #1 Stevan 2014-03-21 15:57
Pity the showers are dirty and the toilets could do wih a good scrub

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About Transport Cafe was founded and established in 1996 by a businessman who had previously been an HGV driver who started driving in the 1950s whilst an electrician on a Mobile Field Photographic Section in the Royal Air Force. The requirement for all unit personnell to drive led him from troop and equipment carrying trucks, including bowsers, onto articulated photographic laboratories which required manoeuvring in forests to remote intelligence bunkers. His experience is also in industrial electronics, ham radio, website architecture, computers plus business experience over 39 years including catering, accommodation and five times entrepreneurs.