Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station

Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station

Liverpool Lime Street is a terminus railway station serving the city centre of Liverpool, England. The station terminates a branch of the West Coast Main Line from London Euston and TransPennine Express trains. An urban through underground station on the Wirral Line of the Merseyrail network is accessed via the main terminus. Lime Street is the largest railway station in Liverpool, and is one of 18 stations managed by Network Rail.

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