Manchester Piccadilly

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List Of Railway Stations In Greater Manchester
... Greater Manchester, a metropolitan county in North West England, has a rail network of 130 route miles (209 km) and 91 stations ... Transport for Greater Manchester is responsible for specifying fares and service levels of train services operating in the county ... All services run to or through one of Manchester city centre's major stations, Manchester Victoria and Manchester Piccadilly ...
Liverpool To Manchester Lines - Middle Route - Current Services
... is operated by Northern Rail, from Liverpool Lime Street to Manchester Airport, usually calling at Wavertree Technology Park, St Helens Junction, Newton-le-Willows, Manchester Oxford Road and ... along the line between Liverpool Lime Street and Manchester Victoria ... After a short pause at Manchester Victoria, the train then continues to Ashton-under-Lyne and Stalybridge ...
First Trans Pennine Express - Services - North TransPennine
... The core route between Manchester Piccadilly and Leeds sees four trains per hour between the two cities ... Liverpool Lime Street to Scarborough service, an hourly Manchester Airport to Newcastle service, an hourly Manchester Airport to Middlesbrough service, and an hourly Manchester ... The Manchester to Liverpool section is supplemented by East Midlands Trains' hourly service from Norwich and a Northern Rail hourly Liverpool to Manchester ...
Chapel-en-le-Frith Railway Station - Service
... There is generally an hourly service each day to Manchester Piccadilly northbound ... One service of note to passengers is the 0752 to Manchester Piccadilly, which DOES NOT call at Stockport the service travels express from Hazel Grove to ...
Sussex Scot
... There had been a direct train service between Brighton and Manchester Piccadilly since 14 May 1979 ... From 16 May 1994 both north and southbound trains also served Manchester Piccadilly Departure from Brighton was at 0920 arriving at Manchester Piccadilly at 1522 and at Glasgow Central 1912 ... the Sussex Scot departed Glasgow Central at 1040, Manchester Piccadilly at 1417 and arrived at Brighton 2028 ...

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