Former Manchester Liverpool Road Railway Station

Manchester Liverpool Road was opened 15.9.1830, closed to passengers 4.5.1844 and closed completely in 1975.

Today the station is largely intact and the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry now occupies the site. The original tracks at the station and goods yard are all in place and forms part of the museum's exhibition. The departure track now forms part of the footpath from the goods yard to the station building. The station location still has access to the main line.
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Pics: 8
Small section of track that isn't connected to other sections of track.
One of the rails inside the orignial goods shed.
Walking along one of the old rails.
Rails leading into one of the original goods sheds.
The departure track, which now forms a footpath
Looking down at the former goods yard.
Another view of the departure track.
Standing on the old rail looking towards the goods yard.
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