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 Manchester Railway Stations
The conversion of the old Central Station into its present form is typical of the kind of urban renewal and inner city transformations which the City of Manchester Council and the Central Manchester Development Corporation have undertaken over the past decade, much to their credit and to the approval of the citizens of Manchester.
It was to this station that the Rainhill Trials to choose a locomotive to pull passenger coaches between Liverpool and Manchester arrived.
Nowadays, largely serving destinations north and east of Manchester, it is the main terminus for the new Nynex Arena, and a major interface where the Metrolink train joins the streets of Manchester as an urban tramway.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /transport/rail-stations.html   (1107 words)

  
 Greater Manchester's Museum of Transport - How to Find Us
Please use the Manchester Evening News Arena car park and catch our free shuttle bus from the approach road at the front of Manchester Victoria Station.
The Museum of Transport is located approximately one mile north of Manchester City Centre, at the junction of the A665 (Cheetham Hill Road) and the A6010 (Queens Road).
The station may be accessed from the Arena car park - please follow the internal signs.
home.btconnect.com /gmts/information/find.html   (479 words)

  
 Manchester
There is a metro link directly from the train station at Manchester airport to Victoria Station in the heart of Manchester.
From Victoria Station you can avail of one of the free mini buses that leave regularly from outside the main entrance, taking a circular route around the city centre.
Manchester airport is served by both Aer Lingus and Ryanair with competitive fares on the 40-minute flight from Dublin.
www.ivenus.com /travel/europe/ER-Manchester-wk233.asp   (810 words)

  
 Manchester Tramways
Trams returned the the streets of a major British city for the first time when the Manchester "Metrolink" route between Manchester Victoria Railway Station and the G-Mex Exhibition Centre was opened for public service on 27th April, 1992.
Additionally, Victoria and Piccadilly stations obtained a fixed link both with each other and the city centre.
Due to the fact that the majority of stations on the system are traditional "railway" stations, the platforms are high and the tram floor level is, therefore, high.
website.lineone.net /~tramscape/Manchester/Manchester.htm   (316 words)

  
 Manchester Complex Visitors' Guide
The Co-operative Group buildings are just a short walk from Manchester's Victoria Station (trains, buses and trams) and the Arndale bus station.
The Co-operative Group buildings are all located in close proximity to the Arndale Centre, the Printworks and Victoria station.
Manchester is served by a comprehensive motorway network and is easily accessible from all areas of the country.
www.co-op.co.uk:8080 /ext_1/Development.nsf/504ca249c786e20f85256284006da7ab/834ffb56693ed55180256d25005ef934?OpenDocument   (381 words)

  
 Manchester´s Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum of Manchester is an independent institution which operates under a private charter and is beholden only to its board of directors.
The Sephardic influence in Manchester was not felt until the late 19th century, when cotton merchants came from places like Egypt and Morocco to trade.
The proselytizing efforts of these men resulted in Manchester's becoming known as "the capital of English Zionism." Many Jews shared in the city's garment-trade prosperity and could therefore exert strong political influence on the British government.
www.lively-arts.com /travel/0307/manchester_jewish_museum.htm   (982 words)

  
 foreverdelayed.org.uk :: Manic Street Preachers Tour - Manchester Evening news Arena, Manchester, 17th December 2004
By Rail: The closest rail station to the MEN Arena is Manchester Victoria Station, which is served by Regional Railways.
The nearby Manchester Piccadilly station is the main station, and the Metrolink service runs between the two stations.
By Air: Manchester Airport is off the M56, and is served by rail, bus, coach and Metrolink to get to the MEN Arena.
www.foreverdelayed.org.uk /tour/manchester.php   (426 words)

  
 hockey directions
Manchester Airport, then take the train into Piccadilly Station and catch the Metrolink tram to Victoria Station - make sure the tram is heading for Bury, not Altrincham.
The Arena is built over the top of Victoria Station and can be accessed from the station concourse.
Head towards Manchester town centre, you will be able to see the tall CIS building from miles away.
homepage.ntlworld.com /garyburkey/icehockey/storm.html   (197 words)

  
 Greater Manchester's Museum of Transport - Events
Alternatively, parking is available at several of the Metrolink stations, and any train tickets valid to Manchester Central Zone can be used on the city centre section of Metrolink, to reach Victoria Station.
Instead, would visitors please consider parking in the Manchester Evening News Arena car park (or any other city centre car park, and use the free Metroshuttle Service 2 to reach Manchester Victoria Station) and catch the Museum's free shuttle bus service to the Museum of Transport from Victoria Station approach.
For some of the events at the Museum of Transport, a free bus services is provided linking the Museum with Victoria Station in Manchester City Centre.
home.btconnect.com /gmts/events/2004/calendar.html   (205 words)

  
 Welcome to Victoria station
Victoria station, in its current form, has grown from the amalgamation of two stations.
Some interesting facts and figures about the history of Victoria station.
Please use the following links to find out more about the station and the local area.
www.networkrail.co.uk /Stations/stations/Victoria/Default.aspx   (105 words)

  
 Sheffield Forum Archive - Victoria Station
Victoria was built by the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, which became the Great Central Railway in 1899 and was combined with several others to form the LNER in 1923.
Victoria station would be exellent to be re-opened especially if it was built as a replica of its former self.
Victoria Station was the property of LNER the London and North Eastern company, while Midland station belonged to LMS London Midland and Scottish Railway.
www.sheffieldforum.co.uk /showthread/t-2013.html   (9166 words)

  
 Manchester Phoenix - Sponsorship opportunities
Located within 60 minutes drive for 11.4 million people and adjoining Manchester’s Victoria Station, the Arena has direct access to a hub for public and private transport services and adjacent to a 1,500 capacity multi-storey car park.
Manchester Phoenix is the exciting new ice hockey team, playing the world’s most exciting game, in the UK’s elite league and in Europe’s most prestigious arena.
Manchester Phoenix' corporate hospitality is designed to give a personal touch to the corporate partnership.
www.manchesterphoenix.co.uk /advertising.html   (624 words)

  
 Manchester Oxford Road station
The station is not actually in Oxford Road but slightly to the north of that thoroughfare, just off (or rather above) Oxford Street, on an elevated track between Deansgate G-MEX station and Manchester Piccadilly station stations.
Use of the station increased with the construction of the Windsor Link between Deansgate and Salford Crescent station, linking the lines to the North and South of Manchester.
It serves the southern part of Manchester City Centre and the University of Manchester, and is on bus routes to the southern suburbs of the city.
read-and-go.hopto.org /British-railway-stations/Manchester-Oxford-Road-station.html   (149 words)

  
 FanZone - Away fans info. - Manchester (Storm) - The Manchester Evening News Arena
Manchester Victoria station is located next to the arena.
The Manchester Evening News Arena is located in the City Centre, on the corner of Trinity Way, Hunts Bank and Great Ducie Street, and is adjacent to Victoria Station.
Metrolink services run through the Victoria Station from Bury and Altrincham.
www.fanzone.co.uk /A5572F/fanzone.nsf/prnt/BA6F2464DC14AC368025692D006DE58B!open   (230 words)

  
 The Manchester Web
The Peterloo Massacre -- A detailed analysis of the events at St. Peter's Field, Manchester on the 16th August, 1819.
Writers' Workshop, The Calling all writers in the Manchester area or further afield.
Manchester UK Page (A General Page about the Manchester Area)
lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp /~matsuoka/Manchester.html   (232 words)

  
 Noam Chomsky to visit Manchester
One of the world’s most outspoken critics of the press and US foreign policy, Professor Noam Chomsky, is to visit The University of Manchester on 22 May, to give an annual peace lecture, which will take place at New Century Hall, Corporation Street, Manchester (Near Victoria station) from 1-3pm.
Adrian Jarvis, Research Administrator in the Department of Government, commented: “This the first annual peace conference that The University of Manchester’s Government, International Politics and Philosophy Graduate Centre will be holding.
The fact that we have been able to attract such an eminent speaker reflects very favourably on Manchester’s growing reputation as a major centre of the study of International Relations."
news.man.ac.uk /1084960783/index_html   (401 words)

  
 Holts Brewery Manchester
The brewery stands just off the Cheetham Hill Road, which used to be the only road from Manchester to Bury, a few hundred yards to the north of Manchester's Victoria Station.
Historically most of the licensed houses were away to the northwest, in Salford and beyond to Eccles and Swinton, to the North in Broughton and Prestwich, or in Manchester itself.
The Blue Bell on Manchester Road, Bury has re-opened its doors to the public again after undergoing an £800,000 facelift.
www.joseph-holt.com   (218 words)

  
 The Original WWP - Wet & Windy Manchester - Dean Weaver - World Wide Panorama
To the right of this are the buildings of Cheetham's School of Music, with the stone-built building (to the right of the trees) being Manchester Victoria railway station.
Manchester, Lancashire, England, UK Copyright © 2004 Dean Weaver, All Rights Reserved
To the right of this, the glass building is the Urbis Centre -which is a museum and exhibition centre.
geoimages.berkeley.edu /wwp304/html/DeanWeaver.html   (148 words)

  
 BBC - Manchester - In pictures - Victoria Station
It's Manchester's most ornate station and the gateway to the MEN Arena.
Manchester > In pictures > 360 degree panoramas > Places: N-Z
The school attended by nine-year-old knocked down by a car closes to allow teachers to attend her funeral.
www.bbc.co.uk /manchester/content/panoramas/victoria_station_places_360.shtml   (105 words)

  
 Manchester Phoenix
Piccadilly Station (3/4 mile from the Arena) is well serviced with taxis directly outside the main entrance and the Metrolink, which takes passengers to Victoria Station.
The Manchester Evening News Arena is situated on the A56, 3 miles from junction 17 on the M62
For details on the bus services to the Arena contact the North Manchester Bus Services on 0161 6272828 or South Manchester Bus Routes on 0161 273 3377.
www.icehockeyleague.co.uk /team.php?team=mp   (189 words)

  
 National Rail Farce Archives Trovster.com - General Internet-Related Geek-ery
Problem Three: However, by the time we've brought a ticket for the trip back to Manchester, it is 06:40 and the train had left the station.
Problem One: Just before we leave for the station, I quickly check to see which station we were heading to — I was just thrown back some ugly application parse errors.
Problem Two: We arrive at the station at 23.18, that's two minutes before the scheduled departure time, and the train had already left.
www.trovster.com /archives/2005/02/25/national-rail-farce   (984 words)

  
 Zen Internet - Directions
Rochdale station is about 20 minutes from Manchester Victoria station.
Telegraph House is a short walk down Drake Street from Rochdale train station.
Once you have passed Telegraph House bear right around the bus station and follow signs for Wheatsheaf Centre Parking 2.
www.zen.co.uk /jobs/map.htm   (281 words)

  
 Pete Piszczek - Manchester 1978
After Manchester Victoria we returned to Piccadilly and caught a train to Crewe.
The next group of pictures was taken over a one-hour period at Manchester Victoria.
The station was so busy that we managed to both get a cramp in our hands from trying to write all the DMU/EMU unit numbers down.
www.piszczek.co.uk /gallery/pppman1978.html   (301 words)

  
 Manchester evening news arena
Manchester Evening News thumb The Manchester Evening News is a British dailynewspaper published...
The Manchester Evening News Arena boasts that is "the biggest multipurpose indoorentertainment/sports arena in Europe".
(Manchester Evening News Arena; Manchester, UK) 05.22.04 by buck s I was prettysure that this concert was going to be special when I got the tickets.
www.selfdiscount.com /manchester+evening+news+arena.html   (933 words)

  
 Rochdale Message Board Rochdale
Manchester Victoria is terrible for finding which platform your train is going on I usually have to go right out into the fovey to find out and then come back into the station.
I recently was coming home from Stoke-on-trent to Rochdale and while I was tood at Manchester Victoria station (PLATFORM 3) where my train was due to depart from, I was told this train was is running very late and they were concerned about where it was...
Also avoid 'uniformed' males and 'butch' females - uniforms do something to people - not a good combination.
www.rochdaleonline.com /Forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1486   (252 words)

  
 Carlsberg Events & Offers
The venue is located alongside Manchester’s Victoria Station with access to public and private transport services and a 1,500 capacity multi-storey car park.
Manchester’s M People were the first mainstream dance act to marry the excitement of house music to the traditional pop virtues of crafted song and strong melodies.
The Manchester Evening News Arena is Europe’s largest indoor concert venue.
www.carlsberg.co.uk /events/men.asp   (178 words)

  
 Arena Manchester - Results from HotBot
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 Arena Evening Manchester News - Results from HotBot
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 MMU LINKS- News
A small remembrance day service is held in Manchester Victoria Station, it is not a public duty, but a special day to participate.
Manchester Victoria Station Remembrance Day – 7th May
Big event in Manchester which takes place in City Center, we need as many as volunteers as possible, if you have not got your full membership, you can come and shadow other members.
www.sja.org.uk /gman/manmetlinks/pages/duties.html   (337 words)

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