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Piccadilly Station

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My-Places
My-Places
December 3, 2017
Manchester Piccadilly was at the heart of the industrial revolution when the railway came to the city in 1830. The potential to link the city with other industrial towns and cities made Manchester an important centre for railway investment, and its role as a hub continues to this day. The busiest of…
Les
Les
October 12, 2017
Manchesters Main Train Station
OneOne
OneOne
July 19, 2017
Main train/tram stops of Manchester, you can go everywhere from here
Howard
Howard
May 16, 2017
Piccadilly Train Station is Manchester's biggest station. The Virgin Trains to London are often every 20 minutes, and the journey takes just over 2 hours.
Daniel
Daniel
March 28, 2017
Manchester Piccadilly is the principal railway station in Manchester, England. Opened as Store Street in 1842 and renamed Manchester London Road in 1847, it became Piccadilly in 1960. It provides intercity services to London Euston, Birmingham, Bristol, Southampton, South Wales and Glasgow and…

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Manchester, England M1 2BN