Liverpool Central located at Ranelagh St, Liverpool L1 1JT, UK

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Sue Male

5 Google Rating

Lovely bright station. Close to all the shops. Staff are the best ever, so helpful even carrying sho

5/ 5

Lovely bright station. Close to all the shops. Staff are the best ever, so helpful even carrying shopping to bottom of escalator. Not once have I arrived at the station when a staff member hasn't offered to help.

Dean Hope

5 Google Rating

Trains are usually on time and flow through the station is good. The staff are friendly when I've sp

5/ 5

Trains are usually on time and flow through the station is good. The staff are friendly when I've spoken to them. Don't forget that there's an escalator that can take you straight from the northern line to the Wirral line. Also maps massively underestimates time from walking between the lines so you may make an earlier transfer than it says.

Emma Burt

4 Google Rating

Clearly sign posted, polite staff and shops close by.

4/ 5

Clearly sign posted, polite staff and shops close by.

Woody Harkin

5 Google Rating

Centre of city so very convenient. However does not accept e-tickets currently. So you either have t

5/ 5

Centre of city so very convenient. However does not accept e-tickets currently. So you either have to collect your booked tickets from Lime Street station (20 minutes return walk) or buy tickets in either of the grocery shops.

Godly destroyer

2 Google Rating

The train was delayed and where it arrived it was dirty and and after leaving the train and asking w

2/ 5

The train was delayed and where it arrived it was dirty and and after leaving the train and asking where to pay I was told buy a very aggressive security guard I had to pay a fine because I was 'fare evading' even though there was no one on the train collecting the fares. Also it isn't very central and isn't Liverpool's main station

Lia Jones

5 Google Rating

Can get very busy on the platform, however trains are easy to find and staff are always visible on t

5/ 5

Can get very busy on the platform, however trains are easy to find and staff are always visible on the platforms if you need help. Toilets are available and there is an alright amount of seating near the ticket barriers (limited seating down on the platforms though). Could do with additional bins.

Peter Hannaway

5 Google Rating

Very helpful polite fantastic service keep going thank you

5/ 5

Very helpful polite fantastic service keep going thank you

gateht

2 Google Rating

Had an unpleasant experience with a member of staff at the ticket barrier who'd never heard of LNER

2/ 5

Had an unpleasant experience with a member of staff at the ticket barrier who'd never heard of LNER and the ticket I'd booked on their app. Had to persuade them that it was indeed a valid ticket, to which they passive aggressively responded that they didn't care if I got fined for not having a valid ticket.

Kerry Elliott

4 Google Rating

It was a nice place. Was a lovely day and everyone seemed very nice.

4/ 5

It was a nice place. Was a lovely day and everyone seemed very nice.

Kebab man Mike

5 Google Rating

Decent little station probs my favorite in the world as there is a gorgeous cheeky little cinnabon a

5/ 5

Decent little station probs my favorite in the world as there is a gorgeous cheeky little cinnabon and the location is great.

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