Manchester Piccadilly

Manchester Piccadilly station
Piccadilly Station Approach
Manchester
Greater Manchester
M60 7RA

Manchester Piccadilly Station

Situated in the South East of the city centre, Manchester Piccadilly is the ideal hub from which to access the sights and sounds of Manchester. Though it’s been named Manchester Piccadilly since 1960, the station has gone through a few name changes, opening as Store Street in 1842, then switching to Manchester London Road in 1847. Today it acts as the principal railway station in Manchester, offering high speed connections to London, Birmingham, Liverpool and Glasgow, as well as Metro links around the city. Assistance is available to and from platforms, the car park and taxi rank. Station facilities include a huge selection of shops and eateries as well as our First Class lounge.

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