Liverpool Lime St Train Station
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Ticket Office & Travel Centre on the station concourse
Male and Female toilets located on the station concoursebyLord Nelson street entrance
Various retail establishments including Photo Booths to purchase items whilst in the station
Liverpool Lime StreetMobility Teamare available: -
Monday - Saturday 07:00 - 22:00
Sunday 08:00 - 22:00.
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS SERVICE.
A mobility assistance vehicle is available - to book, or for help boarding and alighting your train, please contact your train operator, ideally 48 hours in advance
Please see a member of staff or go to the Network Rail Station Reception on the main concourse; further to that you can contact Network Rail on 03457 11 41 41.
There are two help points located on the Skelhorne Street side of the station with a direct line to contact station staff. There is also a call point near the entrance of the short stay car park.
WiFi hot spots around Liverpool Lime Street station
Accessible taxis at Liverpool Lime Street station can be provided at the taxi rank. If you require a private accessible taxi please locate a member of the station staff and they will provide you with a local taxi firm company number.
There is drop off pointon the Skelhorne Street side of the station.
Car Parks are open 24 hours a day apart from: -
Christmas Day - 25th December
Boxing Day - 26th December
As there are 2 car parks at Liverpool Lime Street station please go to the APCOA website for current tariffs.
There are 2 areas at Liverpool Lime Street station where you can lock up your bike, Lord Nelson Street and Skelhorne Street. They are the only 2 places you are permitted to leave your bike at the station.
Rail Replacement services depart from the front of the station on Lime Street
The station taxi rank is located at Skelhorne Street side of the station. There are two customer help points located for passengers requiring assistance.
'Arriva' and 'Stagecoach' operate a network of daily, frequent bus routes around the city and also to nearby towns. For route maps and timetables: www.arrivabus.co.uk and www.stagecoachbus.com/merseyside
Liverpool's main bus station (on Roe Street) is about 4 minutes walk from Lime Street station.
Not all buses are accessible
Buy a Liverpool PLUSBUS ticket with your train ticket, for discount price unlimited bus travel around the city. More details at www.plusbus.info
Liverpool Lime Street Station is just a short hop on the 10A and City Centre Circular (C4 and C5) buses to Liverpool ONE bus station. From there you can get the 500 Airport Flyer bus direct to LJLA. In the reverse direction Liverpool ONE bus station is just a short hop on any of the 86 bus services (86, 86A, 86C and 86D) to Elliot Street opposite Lime Street Station.