Nantwich occupies a pleasant position on the banks of the River Weaver and at least as far back as the Domesday Book has been one of the most important towns in Cheshire.
The oldest and most ancient of the Three Wiches it has had several names over the years, a few being; Warmundestrou, Wich Malbank, Helath Wen, Namptwyche or simply Nantwich.
The town is second only to Chester for the number of listed buildings and accordingly is a place of great antiquity. Paul Hurley has taken old photographs and used them as a guide to photograph the scenes as they are today.
The oldest is that of the Market Hall when it was in the Town Square in the 1860s through to High Street in the 1970s.
Use the book as a guide to take you through this quite unique town and see just how things have changed over the years; buildings, infrastructure, people and vehicles all are featured.