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|Predecessors:||Kenning Motor Group|
Top Rank and later, Rank Motorway Services Ltd (part of the Rank Group) built some of the older Moto services out there. They built a variety of services, including the notable Forton and Hilton Park, both featuring towers designed to hold restaurants.
In 1991, following the takeover of Mecca, Rank decided to sell off some of the subsidiary companies, the first of which was the motorway services. These were sold to Michael Guthrie, former CEO of Mecca, resulting in the services being branded as Pavilion.
In true '60s style, all Top Rank services were referred to by the operator as 'Motoports'.
The following services were owned by Top Rank:
- Bolton West (M61)
- Cardiff West (M4)
- Hilton Park (M6)
- Knutsford (M6)
- Lancaster (then Forton) (M6)
- Medway (M2)
- Scotch Corner (A1)
- Severn View (M48)
- Swansea (M4)
With thanks to Alan Simpson for the information used on this page.