We understand this is a very difficult time for all.  In line with advice from Public Health England, we will be halting filming in our stations and on our property for the foreseeable future (different rules apply to news gathering).  We remain open and available throughout this time and will offer as much support as we can for future enquiries.

Liverpool Lime Street

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Nigel: 07713 301280
Felicity: 07887 896411
Stan: 07771 672766

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).

Location details


Liverpool Lime Street Station
Lime Street
L1 1JD


Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian