Manchester Piccadilly Station :: Shared Description

Opened in 1842, Piccadilly is the busiest of the central Manchester Stations and one of the busiest stations in Britain, outside London. It serves routes to London Euston, Birmingham New Street, South Wales, the south coast of England and Cornwall, Edinburgh and Glasgow Central and routes throughout northern England in addition to the Manchester Metrolink light rail system. The main train shed is Grade II listed. LinkExternal link
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SJ8497 : Electric train to Liverpool by Stephen Craven
SJ8597 : Looking out of Manchester Piccadilly by Gerald England
SJ8497 : Platform 8, Manchester Piccadilly by David Dixon
SJ8597 : Virgin Train at Manchester Piccadilly by Paul Gillett
SJ8597 : Manchester Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Manchester Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : The view from platform 14 by Gerald England
SJ8497 : London Road by Gerald England
SJ8497 : Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Piccadilly Station Entrance by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Tickets and travel centre, Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Piccadilly Station by David Dixon
SJ8497 : Forecourt, Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Manchester Piccadilly Station Concourse by David Dixon
SJ8497 : Manchester Piccadilly railway station by Thomas Nugent
SJ8497 : Platforms 13/14 at Piccadilly by Gerald England
SJ8497 : Manchester Piccadilly Station by David Dixon
SJ8497 : Piccadilly Station by David Dixon
SJ8497 : Pendolino, Manchester Piccadilly by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Inside Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Inside Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Inside Piccadilly Station by N Chadwick
SJ8497 : Manchester Piccadilly railway station by Thomas Nugent
SJ8497 : Manchester Piccadilly Station by David Dixon

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Created: Tue, 23 Nov 2010, Updated: Thu, 23 Jan 2014

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