Liverpool Lime Street is the principle station serving the city centre. The main train shed - an impressive structure even by today's standards - was the largest in the world when it was built in 1867, with a span of 200 feet (61 m). Subsequently expanded, station features include a glazed roof - supported externally by red columns - and a bright concourse.
The station is currently under redevelopment, and will re-open fully at the end of July.
Previous projects include: Yesterday (Danny Boyle, 2019), Millions (Danny Boyle, 2004), Gumshoe (Stephen Frears, 1971), The Clouded Yellow (Basil Dearden, 1950).
Liverpool Lime Street Station
Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian