The town of Whitehaven lies on the coast of Cumbria, in north-west England. Situated close to Workington and Cockermouth, one of the town's most recognised landmarks is the Sellafield nuclear power station.
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Whitehaven's proximity to the sea was one of the reasons why Sellafield nuclear power station was built in the area. The town lies just outside the western edge of the Lake District National Park, but is within a short distance of such fabulous landmarks as Scafell Pike and Buttermere.
Historically the town was a port active in the trade of tobacco and later, as coal mining developed in the area, of coal. The history of the town's harbour can be traced back to the 16th century, and today it remains active, principally as a marina for yachts and leisure boats.
Visitors to Whitehaven enjoy the nearby coastal scenery and a growing number of attractions in the town. For the 24,000 residents of the town, a decent range of local amenities is available, including van hire: