Merseyrail Network Map. Regular bus links run from. Liverpool Central (Great. Charlotte St.), James Street,. Moorfields (Dale St.), Lime Street and Garston to. Routes and maps for public transport on Merseyside from Merseytravel. Bus, ferry and train route maps for Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton and Wirral. Transport Executive. Merseyrail. Northern Line. City Line. Merseyrail. Wirral Line Local Rail Network Map. Aigburth. Ainsdale. Aintree. Aughton Park.

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The standard of signage is poor too with some pretty bad typography. This would be incorporated into the Merseyrail Wirral line.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Northern Line Merseyrail. Plans to re-open St James station have been proposed. Views Read Edit View history. The Long Term Rail Strategy, developed by Merseytravel as strategic transport advisor to the Combined Authority, is intended to be regularly reviewed to ensure it reflects changing economic circumstances and funding opportunities networ the next 30 years.

Downtown Liverpool Tunnel extended to Central Station As a result of all these factors, it is unlikely that all those projects listed will become a reality. Interesting new map from Kijog using original diamond stations. Retrieved 21 September Liverpool is currently served by a metro-like system, Merseyrailwhich is a service similar to the S-Bahn systems in many German cities or Australia’s Sydney and Melbourne rail systems.


Between and the old Mersey Railway’s tunnel was converted into a new single track circle line with trains operating in a clockwise direction.

Electrification and inclusion into Merseyrail of Hooton – Chester These lines also offer frequent 5 minute interval in central Liverpool off-peak merseyrai, it comparable to a metro. Merseyrail was created by combining several older electric train lines with new central city tunnels and newly built or electrified lines.

This article needs additional citations for verification. Shows Wrexham General as Central. Another inset from 5 No indication of routes when lines cross between stations.

Northern line (Merseyrail)

Liverpool Overhead Railway at UrbanRail. Use dmy dates from February Use British English from February Articles needing additional references from August All articles needing additional references Coordinates on Wikidata. After Sandhillsthe Liverpool, Crosby and Southport Railway branches off towards Southportwhile the other routes continue to Kirkdale on what was a joint section of track between Liverpool, Ormskirk and Preston Railway and the Liverpool and Bury Railway.

The Northern line is one of the two commuter rail lines operated [5] by Merseyrail in MerseysideEnglandwith Wirral line being the other.

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All individual schemes proposed will demand full feasibility studies and robust business cases to progress. In the line was electrified using a third rail in order to make the trip beneath the Mersey more tolerable for riders. Retrieved 7 September Doing it this way, working with Network Rail, ensures that our transport planning is intrinsically linked to our economic planning.


Branch to Birkenhead Park opened Liverpool South Parkway opened on 11 Junereplacing Garston and providing connections to the City Line formerly available at Allerton.

Liverpool City Region’s 30-year rail future detailed in new strategy

These two lines combined are often referred to as the Merseyrail Electrics or the Merseyrail Underground. Key destinations are all locations shown on map, look too important, could be line colour or TfL style ticks. Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, Long Term Rail Strategy document of Octoberpage 37, states a review in to introduce new Merseyrail battery trains will netwok undertaken, in view to put Preston onto the Merseyrail network by extending the Merseyrail Northern Line from Ormskirk to Preston.

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Such strategies are not traditionally driven by local bodies. Liverpool loop could still be better with Liverpool Airport bus more symmetrically aligned. Brunswick and Conway Park stations added. Brunswick and Conway Park stations added 18 June Apart from Garston, all closures were prior to the formation of the Northern line.