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Heading to Manchester? You’ll find history around every corner, plenty of cultural things to do and so many places to eat and drink. To make the most of your trip, you can browse and secure cheap train tickets to Manchester Oxford Road from across the UK with TransPennine Express.
When you arrive into Manchester Oxford Road, you can enjoy unlimited travel around the city on Manchester PlusBus – a ticket will cost £3.90 (£2.60 with a Railcard) with your train ticket. Manchester Oxford Road station is located on Oxford Road, one of the busiest bus routes in Europe. You can catch a bus towards Piccadilly Gardens or the other way towards the University of Manchester, Rusholme, Fallowfield and Didsbury. The Metrolink tram system runs from St Peter’s Square close by and there is a taxi rank outside the station.
Trains from Preston to Manchester Oxford Road have a journey time of 35 minutes, whilst trains from Bolton to Manchester Oxford Road take just 20 minutes. The journey from Manchester Airport takes around 25 minutes. Trains from Liverpool to Manchester Oxford Road have a journey time of just under 1 hour. The Edinburgh to Manchester Oxford Road train takes 3 hours 10 minutes.
You can get cheap train tickets to Manchester Oxford Road by booking your tickets in advance. In fact, you can save over 50% with an advance ticket. If you regularly travel in and out of Oxford Road, a season ticket will help you budget whilst a Railcard can save you 1/3 on train travel. You can also cut costs by being flexible with your train and avoiding peak time.
There are toilets and accessible toilets at Manchester Oxford Road station, as well as ticket machines and a ticket office. You can pick up some refreshments for your onward journey and relax in the seating areas before your next train.
There is no car park at Manchester Oxford Road station. There is parking on the nearby streets, but this is usually quite expensive. There are a number of NCP car parks within walking distance which will be a cheaper option for car parking.
The last train from Manchester Oxford Road is just before midnight, whilst the first leaves the station at around 04:50.
Manchester Oxford Road is the third biggest train station in Manchester behind Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria. Around 9 million passengers pass through the station every year.
It is perfectly located to make the most of local attractions including the Palace Theatre and HOME. It is also within walking distance to Manchester Metropolitan University, whilst St Peter’s Square, Piccadilly Gardens and the many restaurants along Oxford Road are close by.
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