Manchester Piccadilly Train Station is located close to the city centre on Station Approach, off London Road, Manchester Piccadilly is the main train station in the north-west of England and one of three in central Manchester.
The Piccadilly railway station is located on London Road and Fairfield Street and comprises of more than 10 terminal platforms covered by a 1880s train shed and supported entirely by columns over a large undercroft, which is now home to the Metrolink light rail system and a car park.
To the south of the terminal platforms lie two through platforms on the former Manchester South Junction & Altrincham Railway (MSJ&AR).
The train rail station serves intercity routes to London Euston, Birmingham New Street, Cardiff Central and the south, Edinburgh Waverley , Glasgow Central, and routes throughout the north of England.
It takes just over two and a half hours to get to central London.
A ten storey office block dominates the stations front. Behind the Gateway House are the station Car Parks. The station serves as a terminus for the Metrolink Rapid Transit Tram, which connects Piccadilly with Victoria Station.