Manchester To Leeds Train

Manchester:


Being a commercial capital of Lancashire, Manchester is known for its education, arts and media.


The principal centers of attraction in the Manchester area are:


1.Museum of Science & Industry.
2.Imperial War Museum North.
3.National Football Museum.
4.Manchester Museum.
5.John Rylands Library.
6.People’s History Museum.
7.Whitworth Art Gallery.
8.Palace Theatre, Manchester.
9.Manchester Art Gallery.


Leeds:


Dance is an essential piece of Leeds life accompanying both the dances, classical as well as contemporary such as:


1.The West Yorkshire Playhouse.
2.The Stanley & Audrey Burton Theatre.
3.The Carriageworks Theatre.


Visitor’s attraction points in the Leeds area are:


1.Thackray Medical Museum.
2.Temple Newsam.
3.Lotherton Hall.
4.Leeds City Museum.
5.Harewood.
6.Middleton Park.
7.Little Bees Play and Party.
8.Apollo Canal & River Cruises.
9.Leeds Art Gallery.
 

Train Connections Between Manchester and Leeds:


Services to Leeds are provided by First TransPennine Express and Northern Rail, either from Manchester Piccadilly or Manchester Victoria. Services starts operating at 4:30 a.m. and runs till 1:00 a.m. in the late hours with about 8 trains every hour from 8:00 a.m.


Manchester to Leeds can be reached within an hour and normal train takes approximately 48 minutes to cover a total distance of 57 km with maximum number of passengers travelling on Sunday.


During most of the daytime fare price goes to the top level of £19 while it becomes minimum of £8:00 at 9:41 a.m. There is also a very slight change on weekends schedule and train services operate between 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.

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