Accessibility Information - Rail Travel
Liverpool City Region is really easy to get to via train – with Liverpool Lime Street being the mainline terminal, right in the heart of the city centre. Avanti West Coast, Northern, TransPennine Express, London Northwestern Railway, East Midlands Trains, and Transport for Wales all run frequent services to the city.
Lime Street Station
Lime Street Station is the main train station connecting Liverpool with UK-wide and local destinations. The station has step-free access to all entrances / exits and there is also a lift that connects the street level to the concourse.
Two low ticket machines are located near Café Nero on the main concourse and induction loops are available in the main ticket office of the station.
Accessible toilets are on the main concourse and are open between the hours of 0600hrs – 2300hrs and are operated via a radar key.
For more information on station facilities and assisted travel arrangements, please visit the main Lime Street website.
Merseyrail Network: the Merseyrail Network is the local rail network connecting Liverpool with the rest of the Liverpool City Region. For detailed accessibility information, please visit the Merseyrail website.
The main Merseyrail stations within Liverpool City Centre provide connectivity across the city via an underground network and out towards Liverpool City Region. Please note that these trains are not servicing trains on the national network.
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