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 Liverpool Street station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liverpool Street station, also called London Liverpool Street, is a mainline railway station and connected London Underground station in the north eastern corner of the City of London, the main financial district, with entrances on Bishopsgate and Liverpool Street itself.
The station was named after the street on which it stands, which in turn was named in honour of British Prime Minister Lord Liverpool, having been built as part of an extension of the City of London towards the end of his term in office.
They said they chose Liverpool Street because of its unique position, on the border between the City of London and the East End.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Liverpool_Street_station   (1034 words)

  
 Liverpool - Open Encyclopedia
Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in the metropolitan ceremonial county of Merseyside in north west England, on the north side of the Mersey estuary.
Liverpool JMU is one of the polytechnics given university status in 1992 and is named after the owner of the Littlewoods retail group.
Liverpool Castle was built in the 13th century and was removed in 1726.
open-encyclopedia.com /Liverpool   (1862 words)

  
 Lime Street Station Info - Bored Net - Boredom
Lime Street Station is the principal railway station in Liverpool, England.
Lime Street Station was originally built in 1836, and was at the end of a long incline down from Edge Hill along which trains were hauled by stationary engine.
The station has 2 glass overall roofs, the largest of which at 70m span was the biggest in the world at the time of building in 1857.
www.borednet.com /e/n/encyclopedia/l/li/lime_street_station.html   (231 words)

  
 Liverpool Lime Street railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Liverpool Lime Street is divided into two sections: the mainline station, which serves national and local overground services, and the Merseyrail station, located underground, at the foot of St George’s Hall, which serves the Wirral Line.
Lime Street Station (officially referred to as Liverpool Lime Street) is the mainline railway station serving Liverpool, England.
Lime Street was part of the first stage of electrification of the West Coast Main Line in 1959.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lime_Street_Station   (693 words)

  
 Liverpool City Council lime street gateway
Lime Street Station has long been recognised as one of the major gateways to the city of Liverpool.
Liverpool City Council is working in partnership with Liverpool Vision, English Partnerships and Network Rail to deliver the project which will include the creation of new public space at the front of the station, the construction of a new landmark building to replace the Concourse Tower, and improvements to the operational capability of the station.
The Gateway area encompasses the railway station and Concourse Tower, which was acquired by national regeneration agency English Partnerships on behalf of Liverpool Vision in 2004.
www.liverpool.gov.uk /Business/Economic_development/Area_or_Site_Specific_Regeneration/Lime_Street_Gateway/index.asp   (473 words)

  
 Liverpool hotels, hotels in Liverpool England.
We have hotel accommodation in Liverpool and the North West of England, hotels near to Liverpool football club, the University of Liverpool, Liverpool Airport, Bus station, and Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station.
Liverpool is one of the world's most famous cities and being unique in culture and spirit it's not surprising Liverpool is to be European Capital of Culture in 2008.
Liverpool hotels, hotels in Liverpool England, hotel and Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Liverpool England.
www.the-liverpool-hotels.com   (522 words)

  
 Liverpool Culture 2008
The station is to have a radical facelift including the creation of new front and side entrances, the resurfacing of all platforms and the revamping of Lime Street underground station.
Key to the Lime Street Development Plan is the removal of the unsightly parade of shops on the station concourse.
He said: "Lime Street Station is a strategic gateway to the City Centre.
www.liverpoolculture.com /get-news-and-events/news_detail.asp?ID=495   (375 words)

  
 Mathematics 2005, 4-7 April, Liverpool
Leave the station either by the main exit to Lime St. or the exit at the extreme left, and walk past the Adelphi Hotel to the bottom of Brownlow Hill.
The main scheduled operator at Liverpool John Lennon airport is Easyjet, with some flights by Ryanair, and a connection by VLM from London City airport.
For the intrepid, there is a bus (80 or 80A) between the bottom of Mossley Hill, near Mossley Hill station, and the Philharmonic Hall, Myrtle St., by the corner of the University Precinct.
www.maths.liv.ac.uk /maths2005/directions_print.htm   (1192 words)

  
 Guardian MP leads calls for refit of neglected terminus
Liverpool's Lime Street station recently had a gleaming new roof fitted.
The station has a proud history; it opened in 1835 on the site of the old cattle market and was praised for its iron gates and elegant features, copied at stations across the country.
The station still has a plain tarmac floor, in contrast to the elaborate tiles found at most of Britain's large rail terminuses.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4804501-103630,00.html   (265 words)

  
 BBC - Liverpool - Faith - Faith in One Station
Liverpool's Year of Faith is celebrated by a special display of artwork at Liverpool's Lime Street station.
Faith in One City has now arrived at Lime Street’s Platform 7.
Liverpool is a multi-faith society and a city whose people are its greatest asset.
www.bbc.co.uk /liverpool/content/articles/2004/10/20/faith_artworklaunch_feature.shtml   (399 words)

  
 Charles Grant CCTV
On arrival at Liverpool Lime Street Station catch the train to West Kirby on the Wirral line.
There are main services from and to Liverpool Lime Street Station (the city’s main train terminal).
And we are in close reach of Liverpool and Manchester Airport, both about 45 minutes by car or taxi.
www.cgcctv.com /findus.html   (241 words)

  
 BBC - Liverpool Local History - Lime Street Station - Rainhill Trials
Carriages started from early this morning trying to get through the crowded streets because all the roads have been jammed with traffic because of the interest which has been generated by this new great iron road which is linking the two great cities of the North West, Liverpool and Manchester.
It’s still not quite clear what happened, though some reports say the Liverpool member of parliament William Huskisson was struck by one of the locomotives and is seriously hurt.
I see already too, Mr Gladstone, Mr John Gladstone this is, the Member of Parliament, the Liverpool man, he lives in Seaforth himself, and his son too, Mr William Ewart Gladstone, could be we hear more about him in days to come if he has the same strength of purpose as his father.
www.bbc.co.uk /liverpool/localhistory/journey/lime_street/station/rainhill_trials.shtml   (878 words)

  
 Liverpool Conference Centre - Britannia Adelphi Hotel - Visit Liverpool
From M62 follow the signs for Liverpool city centre and Liverpool Lime Street station.
Drive past Lime Street for approximately 200 yards - hotel is on the left hand side.
Attentive staff are on hand to assist you in every way during your stay at the Britannia Adelphi Hotel, the ideal conference venue in the heart of Liverpool.
www.visitliverpool.com /displayproduct.asp?productkey=17968   (301 words)

  
 Lime Street Station
Lime Street Station, the main National Rail station in Liverpool.
www.bigmacbear.com /England2003/DCP_1409.html   (10 words)

  
 Train Travel
directions from Liverpool Lime Street Station is available on this website.
Trains from many major UK towns and cities operate to Liverpool Lime Street.
Central Station to Liverpool Districts, the Wirral, Southport and Ormskirk.
www.cms.livjm.ac.uk /general/location/train.htm   (99 words)

  
 To and From the Airport.com - Liverpool
This is a very small station, with fewer trains, but trains do run to Manchester - Oxford Road (takes ~45 mins), and to Liverpool Lime Street and Southport.
Buses leave Lime street station 0600-0100 on the hour and the half hour.
This is Liverpool's main station, and from here, connections are possible to the rest of the UK.
www.toandfrom.org /airport/liverpool.html   (1193 words)

  
 Liverpool Practical Information Public Transport Lime Street Station AA Vacations Destination Guide
Lime Street Station is the main line station for all inter-city trains.
The Mersey rail information office is based in the station and staff can advise on the range of tickets available.
Trains to London, Manchester and most other stations run at regular intervals on a daily basis.
aavacations.wcities.com /en/record/69,204219/40/record.html   (86 words)

  
 Liverpool December 2004 - easyJet Inflight
Housed within the front façade of Liverpool's impressive Lime Street railway station, there are five bars, from trendy to traditional.
Set in Liverpoo—a city he never visited—the dream led Jung to conclude that "Liverpool is the pool of life, the very centre of the life-force itself".
A Liverpool institution, the Racquet Club has been transformed into a bijou hotel and award-winning restaurant, serving modern British food in elegant surroundings.
www.easyjetinflight.com /destinations/2004/Liverpool   (1135 words)

  
 Getting to Merseyside from the rest of the UK
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located 8 miles south of the city centre and just 5 minutes from the nearby motorway network.
Liverpool city centre is approximately 45 minutes drive from Chester, Manchester and North Wales; just over 1 hour from Blackpool, the Lake District, Yorkshire Moors and the Peak District National Parks; just over 4 hours from London.
There are good express connections to Liverpool from most towns and cities in Britain (to Liverpool there are half hourly services from Manchester, hourly services to York and every two hours to London and Birmingham), plus international routes to Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris.
www.nwc.org.uk /gettingtomerseyside.html   (552 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Liverpool and Manchester Railway Article
The Liverpool and Manchester Railway (LMR) was the world's first passenger railway operated by steam locomotives, also built to provide faster transport of raw materials and finished goods between the port of Liverpool and mills in Manchester in north-west England.
In 1829 there was still sufficient doubt as to whether the locomotives of the day would be powerful enough to operate the railway that the directors of the company prepared an alternate plan to use stationary steam engines and haul the trains between engines by rope.
The Liverpool and Manchester Railway was the world's first passenger railway operated by steam locomotives, also built to provide faster transport of raw materials and finished goods between the port...
www.ipedia.com /liverpool_and_manchester_railway.html   (425 words)

  
 Guardian Missing doctor spotted, dishevelled and confused, at Liverpool airport
He was eventually picked up by a taxi and dropped off at Liverpool Lime Street station 25 minutes later.
Police are appealing for any rail passengers who may have seen Dr Stevens at Lime Street station to contact them on 0161 856 5143.
He was later picked up in a silver-coloured hackney carriage which took him to Lime Street.
www.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4734660-103690,00.html   (409 words)

  
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Nick arrived at the station without incident, after checking the timetable he noted that the train would still be a couple of minutes.
Liverpool is actually one of the safest cities despite its image.
www.plymslayer.com /bb/viewthread.php?tid=833   (989 words)

  
 Directions to Lairdside Maritime Centre
After arriving at Liverpool Lime Street station follow signs for "Wirral Line" leaving the station concourse via the escalator and proceeding through the sub-way.
The nearest Wirral Line station to Lairdside Maritime Centre is "Green Lane" taking either a "Chester" or "Ellesmere Port" train from Lime Street Wirral Line station.
On leaving Green Lane station turn right and walk down the hill and under the rail bridge to the main road (an "Esso" petrol station is situated adjacent to the junction).
www.lairdside-maritime.com /directions_to_LMC.htm   (577 words)

  
 travel.htm
There is a bus service from Liverpool airport to Lime Street train station every 30mins.
Use the ‘Merseyrail’ (Wirral line) train service which leaves Lime Street every 15 minutes weekdays and 30 minutes over a weekend and take a train to Bebington Station (journey time approximately 15 minutes).
There is a taxi stand opposite Bebington Station from where you can take a short ride to the hospital (approximate cost £3.50).
members.aol.com /monte74457/mcneg/travel.htm   (337 words)

  
 icLiverpool - Lime St Station on track for facelift
Liverpool Vision is in negotiations over several properties near the station, including the former ABC cinema.
Bosses are remaining tight-lipped on plans for Lime Street, which is owned by Network Rail but leased to the train company to run.
Martin Wright, of Liverpool Vision, said: "We own the freehold of the shops but there are still six or seven leaseholders trading, and we would like them to stay in the area."
icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk /0100news/0100regionalnews/page.cfm?objectid=12545353&method=full&siteid=50061   (285 words)

  
 Album 3A - Lime Street and South Liverpool
Liverpool Lime Street was - for a few years - a familiar place for me. I commuted into Liverpool from Acton Bridge station for about half of each year during 1974 to 1978, in order to do my degree at Liverpool Polytechnic (now Liverpool John Moores University).
1375 - a Class 08 pilot shunter was kept at Lime Street to shunt mail vans and to act as a release locomotive for the train locomotives.
The usual rolling stock was a Class 304 unit on the Crewe to Liverpool local service, and I learned to tolerate the terrible ride of the Gresley bogies.
www.garry-brookes.com /id28.htm   (662 words)

  
 Radisson Sas Liverpool in Liverpool, United Kingdom
Trains run from the airport to Liverpool Lime Street Station, which is located one mile from the hotel.
The Radisson SAS Hotel Liverpool is a modern high-rise hotel set in the centre of Liverpool's business district with views across the Mersey and the Irish Sea.
Nearby attractions include: the Cavern Quarter, which is 500 metres away, Albert Dock and Lord Street are one kilometre away, and Merseyside Maritime Museum and Mersey Ferries Heritage Cruises are 1.5 kilometres away.
www.hotel-rates.com /gb/liverpool/radisson-sas-liverpool.html   (523 words)

  
 Directions from Liverpool Lime Street Station to the University Campus
If you stand in Liverpool Lime Street Station with the platforms behind you you want to take the exit to the left (rather than in front of you) onto Skelhorne Street.
Here is a map showing the area between Lime Street Train Station and the campus area.
It is about a ten minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street to Liverpool University Campus.
www.csc.liv.ac.uk /~clare/directions.html   (324 words)

  
 icLiverpool - Crimes shock at Lime Street
VIOLENT crimes at Liverpool Lime Street station have not been caught on CCTV film for more than two years, the ECHO can reveal.
The running of the station is handled by First North Western, which admits fitting CCTV is its responsibility.
The Rail Passengers Committee and Liverpool MP Louise Ellman are demanding that CCTV is restored.
icliverpool.icnetwork.co.uk /0100news/0100regionalnews/content_objectid=13167782_method=full_siteid=50061_headline=-Crimes-shock-at-Lime-Street-name_page.html   (380 words)

  
 World War 1 and 2 - Hunts Cross station
It is also on the mainline from Liverpool Lime Street station to Manchester, on the orginal Liverpool and Manchester Railway.
Hunts Cross station is a railway station in Liverpool, England, it is at the southern end of Merseyrail's northern line service.
Hunts Cross station timetable from National Rail's Live Departure Boards
www.worldwardiary.com /history/Hunts_Cross_station   (71 words)

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