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Friday, September 2, 2011

Piccadilly Station Manchester

Piccadilly Station is Manchester's major railway station and one of the busiest in the UK outside London. Piccadilly Station has intercity services to London Euston with Virgin Trains, Birmingham New Street, Edinburgh and Glasgow Central.

Local and mainline services from Manchester Piccadilly Station include trains to Altrincham, Blackpool, Bolton, Bournemouth, Bristol Temple Meads, Buxton, Cardiff, Chester, Crewe, Hadfield, Hazel Grove, Huddersfield, Leeds, Levenshulme, Liverpool, Macclesfield, Manchester Airport, Marple, New Mills Central, Northwich, Nottingham, Preston, Rose Hill, Sheffield, Southport, St Helens Junction, Stockport, Stoke-on-Trent, Wigan and Wolverhampton.

Follow the steps or escalators down to connect with Metrolink trams to Altrincham, Bury, and Eccles including stops at Old Trafford for the football and cricket stadiums and Salford Quays for the War Museum and the Lowry.

Stores within the Piccadilly Station concourse presently include Body Shop, Boots, Burger King, Costa, KFC, Sainsbury's Local, Starbucks, Superdrug, Threshers, Tie Rack, Upper Crust, WH Smith and Yo Sushi.

Manchester attractions within easy reach of Piccadilly Station include the Canal Street Gay VillageKing Street, Chinatown, the Arndale Center, Urbis, the Royal Exchange Theatre, the Wheel of Manchester and Manchester Cathedral.

Manchester Piccadilly Station
M1 2QF
Open 24/7,
Tel: 08457 11 41 41

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