Liverpool To London Train

Liverpool:

Liverpool’s “Victorian Parks” has been assigned by the “English Heritage National Register of Historic Parks as the ‘most important in the country’ and it contains nearly 10 parks and cemeteries than any other city of England after London.

The local public transport network of Liverpool, including coaches, trains and ferries is managed by Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive. It also contains one of a Britain’s largest ports “The Port of Liverpool”. These services are provided by Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, PO Ferries and Stena Line services run across the Irish Sea to Belfast, Dublin and the Isle of Man. Besides, Liverpool John Lennon Airport provides direct connections across the United Kingdom and Europe with handling over 68 goals. These services are provided by low cost airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet and serving in Paris, Rome, Zurich, Barcelona and many more.

The main areas of tourist attractions in the Liverpool region are:

1. The Beatles Story,
2. Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral,
3. Merseyside Maritime Museum,
4. St. George’s Hall, Liverpool,
5. International Slavery Museum,
6. Liverpool Philharmonic Hall,
7. Royal Liver Building,
8. The Cashback Coffee Club,
9. Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City.

London:

London’s bus network runs throughout the day and is one of the largest in the world with around 8,500 buses covering around 700 bus routes. Its tram network is known as “Tramlink” which has 39 stations and run across 4 routes and have taken approximately 28 million passengers in the 2013. C2C is a rail provider operating services from London to surrounding areas.

London is also known for its cycling and it can be reached with a cheaper, and many times quicker because of times saves in traffic. With the “Barclays Cycle Hire” Scheme launched in 2010, this cyclical concept also become feasible across the land.   

The primary fields of tourist attractions in the London region are:

1. Buckingham Palace,
2. Madame Tussauds London,
3. National Portrait Gallery,
4. The London Bridge Experience,
5. Churchill War Rooms,
6. Royal Opera House, London,
7. Borough Market,
8. Camden Market,
9. Chelsea Physic Garden.

Trains Connection between Liverpool and London:

Services from Liverpool starts departing at 5:30 a.m. and remains continue till last train leaves at 11:30 p.m., while trains after 9:30 p.m. can even take around 9 hours and 50 minutes. These services are operated by Virgin Trains, London Midland, Northern Rail and Chiltern Railways.

There are direct and indirect connections are possible between these two such as:

1. Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston. The time duration required to complete the journey is around 2 hours and 12 minutes with a marginal fare of £35.50. These services are run by Virgin Trains providers.

2. Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston via Crewe. These services are provided by Virgin Trains and takes around 2 hours and 34 minutes with a minimum chargeable amount of £37.50.

The maximum number of passengers used these services on Sundays and Mondays with 18% passengers, each of the week, whereas there is great ups and downs and this percentage can be attained with a minimum of 10 on Fridays.

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