Trains To Liverpool
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Liverpool was the European Capital of Culture in 2008 with listed buildings, theatres and museums visitors will be able to see why.
Trains To Liverpool
Many train companies operate trains to Liverpool. Merseyrail runs electrical trains to Liverpool and the surrounding Merseyside region. Northern Rail and First TransPennine operate trains to Liverpool from the Northern cities, Virgin operate from Scotland and London, Arriva Trains Wales from Wales, East Midlands from London and Birimgham and London Midland from London.
Trains To Liverpool Stations
Trains to Liverpool from the rest of the country mainly terminate at Liverpool Lime Street station. Liverpool Central is Liverpool's other major station located in the city centre. There are many rail stations in and around Liverpool, including Liverpool South Parkway in the southern suburbs, alight here for John Lennon Airport.
Trains to Liverpool From...
London trains to Liverpool take as little as 2h 15 with 2-3 per hour, including 1 direct. Trains to Manchester take around 1h, with 4 direct services per hour. Sheffield and Leeds are both just a 1h 50 journey away, with 1 direct sheffield train per hour and 3 Leeds trains per hour (1 direct). Direct trains to Liverpool from Blackpool North run every hour, taking 1h 30. Two trains leave Birmingham New Street every hour, journey time 1h 35, and you can even reach Liverpool by train from Scotland in 3h 35 - from either Glasgow or Edinburgh, which includes only 1 change.
Why Take The Train To Liverpool?
Visitors to Liverpool can experience the largest number of listed buildings outside London, an Anglican and Metropolitan Cathedrals, museums and galleries ranging from the Tate Liverpool to the Beatles Museum and Merseyside Maritime Museum.
The Albert Dock is Liverpool’s No 1 visitor attraction offering grade 1 listed buildings, the Tate Liverpool, Beatles Story, Stylish bars and restaurants.
If shopping is your thing then Liverpool ticks every box with an array of centres and streets offering designer boutiques, major high street stores, huge department stores and bargains. Just opened is Liverpool One, offering shoppers 160 stores including John Lewis and Debenhams along with a 14 screen cinema complex. On Mathew Street you will find the Cavern Walks with designer labels aplenty and if you are lucky you might rub shoulders with the famous WAGS who frequent this area. The Met Quarter has some of the hottest brands such as Armani and Diesel along with great artwork to admire. In the heart of the city Church Street offers you high street stores including H&M, Topshop and Zara.
Liverpool is famous for having one of the most successful football teams in British history Liverpool FC. The club have agreed to move from their current Anfield home to a new site in Stanley Park and closer to their local rivals Everton. Just outside the city lies Aintree the home to the greatest steeplechase in the world the Grand National. Thousands of race-goers descend on the city every year for the 3 day festival culminating in the National on the Saturday.