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Liverpool to Manchester Trains

Liverpool to Manchester Trains

An 800 old city is revered as the World Capital City of Pop – that’s what Liverpool stands for. While achieving most of its development due to being a trade and migration port, Liverpool has also given rise to several pop stars, from The Beatles to Gerry and the Pacemakers, Echo and the Bunnymen, Frankie Goes To Hollywood and many more. A vibrant nightlife coupled with world-class restaurants and pubs, shopping centers boating of the latest fads, global brands, and a whole city filled with extremely friendly and welcoming residents- is what makes Liverpool stand out from the rest. When it’s time to go home, hop onto the Liverpool To Manchester Train and reach your destination in half-hours’ time.

Planning of a short weekend getaway that promises you great sights, lip-smacking delectable and a stunning nightlife- then don’t look further as Manchester offers you this and much more. Transformation is the prominent factor in Manchester where you get to see both the old worldly buildings on one hand and new modernized buildings on the other. So get into the next Train From Liverpool To Manchester to view one of the stunning places in the city as well as dine at the best restaurants as you soak into the dreamy city of Manchester. Perhaps I also plan to watch a match with Manchester United!

A mere half-hour journey from Liverpool in the Liverpool Manchester Train reaches its destination in any of the many stations in Manchester. There are a good number of trains plying between Liverpool Lime Street to Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester Oxford Road, Manchester Victoria, and Deansgate served by nationally accredited train service providers, including East Midlands, Northern Rail, and First TransPennine Express.

Popular Train Providers from Liverpool to Manchester

Transpennine Express

Operates between major cities of Northern England and Scotland.

Northern Rail

Northern Operates Train in Northern England.

Virgin Trains

Operates long-distance passenger services on the West Coast.

Thameslink

Operates between Bedford and Brighton, passing through London, as well as Luton Airport.

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