Birmingham to Manchester Trains, Train Times and Information

Birmingham to Manchester Trains

Birmingham has a rich historical background of being the seat of the civil rights movement. To get to know more about this city, come on over for a short weekend getaway and spend the day visiting the various museums, galleries that bring out the history of the city in its own unique way. The Birmingham Manchester Train is just an hour and a half journey that covering the 113 km between the two cities.

When you think of Manchester, you think of the University and the Football Club. But there’s more to this city. A city that was once witnessed an industrial revolution that set the pace of the tremendous development continues to do so as it brings in urbanity to coexist with the medieval charm. Hope on to any of the multiple Trains From Birmingham To Manchester and come enjoy life like a ‘Manchesterian’.

Several buses run by well-known service providers ply between the two cities. Birmingham To Manchester bus run by National Express departs Birmingham Coach Station at frequent intervals making the journey to Manchester.

Popular Train Providers from Birmingham to Manchester

Great Western Railway

Great Western Railway

Great Western Railway (GWR) is a British train operating company owned by FirstGroup. The company started operating trains in 1838.

Eurostar

Eurostar

Eurostar, which began service in 1994, is a high-speed train that connects the United Kingdom and mainland Europe. Eurostar specializes in fast travel, air-conditioned comfort, simple check-in, and ultra-reliable Eurostar trains to Amsterdam, Brussels, and the Eurostar trains to Paris via the Channel Tunnel.

London North Eastern Railway

London North Eastern Railway

London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is a train operating company in the United Kingdom. 

CrossCountry

CrossCountry

CrossCountry is an Arriva UK Trains-owned train operating company in the United Kingdom that operates its franchise.

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