How To Find Warren Converters

From the M6

Leave the M6 at junction 9, and join the A461 towards Wednesbury/Dudley. Continue on the A461 into Wednesbury, at the roundabout take the first exit to remain on the A4196. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the A4196, Holyhead Road. At the mini roundabout take the second exit onto the A4196, Bridge Street. At the next mini roundabout take the first exit and continue on the A4196, Holloway Bank. Continue to the second set of traffic lights and turn right onto New Street. Continue for 1/2 mile and turn right onto Shaw Street, signposted Hill Top Industrial Estate. As you enter the estate you will us directly in front of you at the bottom of the hill.

From the M5

Leave the M5 at junction 1, take A41 towards Wolverhampton. Continue on A41 for approx 2 miles, at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A4196. Continue ahead at the first set of traffic lights, at the next traffic light turn left onto New Street. Continue for 1/2 mile and turn right onto Shaw Street, signposted Hill Top Industrial Estate. As you enter the estate you will us directly in front of you at the bottom of the hill.

 

By Train

Walsall is the nearest mainline railway station. We are a 20 min taxi drive away. For further information on train times and fares, please telephone the National Rail Enquires Line on 08457 48 49 50.

By Metro

Black Lake is the nearest tram stop, it is 1.4 miles from our premises. Trams run from Birmingham Snow Hill and Wolverhampton stations.

 

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