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Manchester: Oxford Road Station












City: Manchester
County: Manchester
Place: Oxford Road Station








Oxford Road is one of the 4 stations of Manchester, notably smaller in size than Piccadilly but second in number of passengers within the city. The current station was built about 50 years ago with reinforced wood, in what is an unusual design for the english stations.
























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On train: from London to Manchester





So before going to the last part of the thread about Manchester, heading soon to Liverpool this friday, here's the train trip from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly:






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Manchester: Britannia Hotel












City: Manchester
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Following next, a short overview of the Britannia Hotel of Manchester:




























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On train: from Manchester to Liverpool





Following next, the trip from Manchester Piccadilly to Liverpool Lime St.:






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Quick City Overview: Liverpool












City: Manchester
County: Merseyside
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Liverpool is traditionally the city that competes with Manchester, in the sports, culturally and socially. Interestingly, both cities are only 50 km away from each other. However, while Manchester is inland, Liverpool is almost directly connected to the Irish Sea, which endowed it with a more port-like identity, unlike the industrial imprint of its competitor city. This can be seen in its architecture, radically different. Appart from that, since the mid-twentieth century, the city added a new edge to its culture as the birthplace of the Beatles, whose image is its main tourist focus, especially notable in The Cavern Club, which remains today as one of the icon places of Liverpool.









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City: Liverpool
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With a heavyly-marked Neogothic style, the Anglican Cathedral of Liverpool is probably one of the most imposing cathedrals in the world, which also dominates the view of the city thanks to its location in one of the higher hills. Built over more than 70 years, it is especially striking for the gigantism adopted in its details, especially in the interior design, with passageways and bridges that cross in the open spaces.











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Liverpool: Lime St. Station












City: Liverpool
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The impressive Lime St. Station is the oldest railway station in the world still in use. Although it was remodeled several times during several decades, its last general restoration was the most relevant, with the construction of new platforms and the opening of passenger services to scottish destinations.

























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Quick City Overview: Chester












City: Chester
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Very close to the border between England and Wales, the city of Chester was almost 2 milleniums ago a settlement founded by the Emperor Vespasian. Its final boom was, however, during the Industrial Revolution of the 18th Century, when two railway stations were built, at a time when the railroad was just beginning to mass. Along with the old medieval houses were built, as a result of the quick development of the city, Norman neo-medieval architecture buildings, which today characterize and hierarchize its touristic background, being one of the main secondary destinations of the UK.











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