James Street located at James St, Liverpool L2 7PQ, UK

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James Street liverpool
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Lewis Woollard

5 Google Rating

Very easy to get into liverpool city centre, really liked this station, seemed a lot less busy than

5/ 5

Very easy to get into liverpool city centre, really liked this station, seemed a lot less busy than others aswell, making for a much more relaxed journey.

Chris Cohen

5 Google Rating

Lovely Place Food Spot on Really nice waiting on staff at Table 102 today

5/ 5

Lovely Place Food Spot on Really nice waiting on staff at Table 102 today

Jon Dillon

5 Google Rating

Great and friendly staff

5/ 5

Great and friendly staff

Stuart Laws

4 Google Rating

An interesting blend of old and new, which might perhaps afford passengers waiting opposite the rest

4/ 5

An interesting blend of old and new, which might perhaps afford passengers waiting opposite the restored original station platform an opportunity to reflect upon just how much things have improved on the railways in the last 100 years or so (no matter how much we like to complain about the state of our train services in this country). As attractive as the period brickwork night be in the light of day, it is sadly not at itʼs best when lit by subdued artificial lighting (even if the colours change in a rather attractive way) and one might be forgiven for thinking that it some dark corner or long-forgotten access tunnel something sinister is afoot. Perhaps even a Bond villain could be hatching their latest diabolical plot, who knows? Joking aside, however, should you be in Liverpool with an hour to spare itʼs worth having a look at if even you have only a passing interest in railways or historic architecture. It is certainly one of the cityʼs lesser-known but hidden gems – which for the sake of authenticity is best reached from Water Street via the much brighter pedestrian tunnel (only open at peak hours on weekdays).

Raab Noolas

5 Google Rating

Aye great way to get into the centre of Liverpool. Very simple building, but great.

5/ 5

Aye great way to get into the centre of Liverpool. Very simple building, but great.

Jamie Owen (moaninowen)

5 Google Rating

Nice station great staff and seen the new train getting tested 😊

5/ 5

Nice station great staff and seen the new train getting tested 😊

Keith Booles

5 Google Rating

Staff were very helpful and supportive with information

5/ 5

Staff were very helpful and supportive with information

Lizzie Robyns

5 Google Rating

Such nice staff

5/ 5

Such nice staff

Sarah Locke

4 Google Rating

Handy for Liverpool shopping centre

4/ 5

Handy for Liverpool shopping centre

Nelson

5 Google Rating

Very helpful and genuine nice two ladies and gentleman in the night shift. They go beyond their duti

5/ 5

Very helpful and genuine nice two ladies and gentleman in the night shift. They go beyond their duties to help people. All the Respect in the world. Thank you.

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