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If you’re visiting St. Helens and its surrounding villages, you can hop on the train to Lea Green train station. And you can book cheap train tickets to Lea Green with TransPennine Express. Book online or via our TPExpress app to help save time and money at the train station.
When you get off your train at Lea Green station, you’ll find local transport links to help you with your onward journey. There is a bus interchange outside the front of station – the journey into the centre of St. Helens takes around 15 minutes. Alternatively you can jump in a taxi for trips in the local area.
The time it takes to get to Lea Green on the train depends on where you’re travelling from. Trains to Lea Green from Liverpool take just over 10 minutes. If you’re travelling from Manchester, the trip from Manchester Victoria takes 23 minutes and the journey from Manchester Piccadilly takes 33 minutes.
If you’re travelling to Lea Green on the train, there are a few ways you can get cheap train tickets. For regular journeys, a season ticket will cut the cost of your travel. For one off journeys, booking an advance ticket can save you over 50%. A Railcard cuts the cost of train travel by 1/3, whilst you can also save money by travelling off-peak and being flexible with your chosen train.
You’ll find a ticket office and accessible ticket machines at Lea Green station. There is a free car park with 190 spaces and 12 accessible spaces, as well as seating areas to relax in before your train.
Lea Green is a train station in St. Helens in Merseyside. It is three miles south of the town centre close to the village of Clock Face.
St Helens sits in the industrial belt between Liverpool and Manchester. It is 14 miles from Liverpool – with journeys from Lea Green into the city taking just 10 minutes, all the attractions of Liverpool are right on your doorstep. St. Helens itself is surrounded by a range of pretty villages as well as fantastic countryside. It is also home to the famous St Helens rugby league team.
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