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Train Travel in Liverpool

Liverpool has one of the most frequent commuter services outside London, connecting it to many cities including Manchester, London, Birmingham and Chester.

The local service operates in and out of the city centre at four stations: Liverpool Central [map], Moorfields [map] , James Street [map]and Lime Street [map]. And services from these stations run to Ormskirk, Kirkby, Southport, Hunts Cross, West Kirby, Ellesmere Port and New Brighton.

Liverpool’s main station Lime Street is at one end of the world’s first true public railway, which linked the Mersey to Manchester. Plans for the station were first drawn up in 1833, but it was another three years – and lots of arguments later – when its doors finally opened to the public.

Since then the station has been renovated several times and it is now one of the most modern stations in Britain, providing a service for millions of commuters every year.

There is generally an hourly service from London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street and back again provided by Virgin. The journey takes around two hours and 55 minutes on weekdays, and three hours and 40 minutes on weekends.

For more information on all services out of Liverpool stations, including intercity journeys from Lime Street Station, call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950.

For information on Virgin services from Liverpool Lime Street Station, call the hotline on 08457 222333.

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