Do Mersey Rail trains have toilets?
In common with other similar metro rail systems like the London Underground, trains on our network don’t have toilets on board. This is because of how regular services are, the short average journey times (around 20 minutes) and regular station stops every 2-3 minutes.
Why did Liverpool Overhead Railway close?
The structure suffered great wear and tear throughout its life along with bomb damage in the 1940s, and following a report highlighting around £2 million of repairs the Liverpool Overhead Railway Company announced the closure in 1955.
Is Liverpool train station open?
Monday to Saturday 08:00 – 20:00. Sunday 10:00 – 19:00.
Is Liverpool Lime Street station open today?
Monday to Thursday 07:00 – 21:00. Friday to Sunday 07:00 – 23:00.
Is there disabled access to Moorfields station?
Disabled access. Moorfields station has restricted access. Platforms via Moorfields entrance are accessible via lifts, lifts are narrow with openings of 800mm only. Old Hall Street has no disabled access.
What time does Moorfields open and close?
Moorfields. Staff are available to help you 15 minutes before start of service and 15 minutes from the end of service. The Old Hall Street entrance is open Monday – Friday to serve our commercial district, however it closes each weekday at 7pm and is closed of a weekend.
Where is Moorfields station in Liverpool?
Moorfields station is an underground railway station in the city centre of Liverpool, England. The station is situated on both the Northern and Wirral Lines of the Merseyrail network.
What is happening at Merseyrail’s Moorfields station?
The station underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2015/16 as part of a £40 million investment from Network Rail to allow improvement works to take place at Merseyrail’s underground stations, with the refurbishment of Moorfields costing £8 million.