The M6 motorway runs for 230 miles from Catthorpe (M1 J19)/A14 to Carlisle at J44 (A7/A74)
 
The M6 motorway runs from Rugby, which is south of Birmingham to the north of Carlisle on the Scottish Border.
From Junction 19 of the M1 the M6 runs north-west passing Rugby, Coventry, Bedworth, Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, West Bromwich and then a more northerly direction passing Wallsall, Cannock, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Crewe, Congleton, Northwich, Warrington, Newton-le-Willows, Wigan, Chorley, Blackburn, Preston, Lancaster, Kendal, Penrith and Carlisle. The M6 then joins the A74/M74 to Glasgow.

 

Greyhound Coaching Inn

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Greyhound
Coaching Inn
Lutterworth

M6 J1

Beech Hill House

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Beech Hill House Witherslack
Near
Grange-over-Sands

M6 J36

Catch-23
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Catch-23
Restaurant
& Coffee Shop
Nr. Carnforth
M6 J35


 

New Ing Lodge
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New Ing Lodge
Shap
Near Penrith

M6 J39

 

Viver Water Mill

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Viver Water Mill
Hincaster

M6 J36


Cross Keys
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The Cross Keys
Tebay
Near Penrith
M6 J38



Johnby Hall
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Johnby Hall
Johnby
Penrith

M6 J40
 

Low Dyke
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Low Dyke Cottages
Catterlen
Penrith

M6 J41


Silver Yard Cafe & Deli
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Silver Yard
Cafe & Deli
Orton
M6 J38,
M6 J39

New Inn Pub
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New Inn Pub
Sandbach
M6 J17