Why take the train to Liverpool?
Being the home of The Beatles, Liverpool has many places that commemorate the story of the most successful band of all time. The Beatles Story is the only museum in the world that focuses entirely on The Beatles, and its band members. For the more avid fans there is also the Magical Mystery Tour, a guided tour that will take you to the most important places associated with the band. At the end of the day one can drink and relax in the many Beatles-themed pubs like the Rubber Soul, The Cavern Club and Abbey Road.
The Waterfront Region in Liverpool was awarded World Heritage Site status by UNESCO, recognizing the city for its outstanding values and role in the development of world trade.
The city architecture is splendid and visitors who arrive on one of our trains to Liverpool have a wide range of places to see during their visit. Amongst the most notable buildings we can mention St. George's Hall, Walker Art Gallery, Royal Liver Building, Albert Dock, Merseyside Maritime Museum and Tate Liverpool (a modern art gallery).
For football lovers, the city has two Premier League teams, Liverpool and Everton.
For shoppers, Liverpool ONE is a huge 1.65 million sq ft of shopping and leisure, which includes 160 shops, more than 20 bars and restaurants, a fantastic 14 screen cinema and a 5 acre park. The shopping centre was opened during Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture (2008). Liverpool ONE is the largest shopping centre in the city and the boasts the largest Topman/Topshop store outside of London.
Our train services to Liverpool?
We offer regular and comfortable trains to Liverpool from major towns and cities in the north of England and Scotland. All our trains have the option of travelling First class and a trolley service is available on our core routes.Buy tickets