Nottingham To Manchester Train

Nottingham:


Nottingham is a city known for its connections to the legend of Robin Hood and for its lace-making, bicycle and tobacco industries. It holds the largest publicly owned bus network in the UK.


Nottingham is home to several high profile sports clubs:


1.Nottingham Trent University
2.The University of Nottingham
3.National Ice Centre
4.National Water Sports Centre
5.Trent Bridge Test Cricket Ground
6.Football League Two Teams
7.Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club
8.Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey Team


Main attractions in Nottingham area:


1.City of Caves
2.Old Market Square
3.Nottingham Playhouse
4.East Midlands Conference Centre
5.Nottingham Royal concert Hall
6.Risley Hall, Derbyshire
7.Holy Trinity Church, Lenton
8.Nottingham Cathedral
9.Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre


Manchester:


With so much of beautiful sites to see and things to do in Manchester, it is also serving out something for everyone of all ages. Here you can spend a day out with your family and it is guaranteed that you will get the fun starting from Chester Zoo, Manchester Museum. Also Greater Manchester is a home to over 30 independent breweries with restaurants cherishing all over the metropolis.


The main sources of attractions in the Manchester city are:


1.Manchester Arena
2.Heaton Park
3.Palace Theatre, Manchester
4.Manchester Art Gallery
5.Granada Studios, The Hidden Gem
6.Manchester Town Hall
7.Manchester Jewish Museum
8.Manchester Velodrome
9.Band on the Wall


Rail Transportation from Nottingham to Manchester:


Trains between Nottingham and Manchester Piccadilly are provided by Cross Country, East Midlands Trains and Virgin Trains service providers ans it starts departing from Nottingham station at 5:30 a.m with 2 trains departing each hour. The time period required for passing over a total duration of 93 kilometers between Nottingham and Manchester is approximately 1 hour and 19 minutes. Direct services are also feasible between these two but for indirect service passengers required 2 changes at Derby and Stoke-On-Trent.


This schedule gets slightly changed during weekend with 2 trains departing between 5:30 a.m and just past 9:00 p.m on Saturdays. Whereas on Sundays it slows down to 1 to 2 trains departing per hour between 9:30 a.m to just past 8:00 p.m. Also weekend trains mainly available at super-off peak fares.


There is a large variation in fare prices throughout the daytime from 9:12 a.m to 1:47 p.m whereas it reaches to a maximum of £40 at 9:12 a.m, 12:10 p.m and 1:47 p.m and with a minimum of £15 at 12:47 pm. Similarly, in fare costs there is also a variation in passengers running throughout the week from 20% to 9% on Sundays and Wednesdays respectively.

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