Manchester Piccadilly Station, the busiest in the city, handles over 83,000 passengers and 1,000 train movements every day.
The station has been rebuilt and modified many times with the most recent completed in 2002.
Today, Piccadilly has an impressive, bright, glass covered concourse, multiple exits, staircases and escalators, and a glass partition separating the platforms from the concourse.
Though recently renovated, the train shed roof was built between 1860 and 1880, and is separated into four spans, supported by brick walls at platform 1 and 10, and by iron columns throughout the rest of the station.
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Modern & contemporary, Stations, Victorian