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However, there are now plans to reopen the Frodsham cut, and to redevelop the Frodsham wharves on the Weaver. Fishing is also popular along the river especially at Weaver Parkway where it runs adjacent to the West Coast Main Line.
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By the end of the 17th century a major salt mining industry had developed around the Cheshire ""salt towns"" of Northwich, Middlewich, Nantwich and Winsford.
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