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Liverpool is well connected to the rest of the UK by Road, Rail, Air and, if travelling to Ireland or the Isle of Man, by Sea.
The main railway station is Liverpool Lime Street, which is in the centre of the City. This terminus serves all directions North, South, and East. (West will put you in the Irish Sea!) .
Liverpool to London by train is a speedy two hours and eight minutes, and Liverpool to Manchester can be anything between 40/60 minutes depending on the type of service. A full timetable for all directions is available at www.nationalrail.co.uk.
The Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) at Speke is a few miles out of the City Centre and has grown rapidly in recent years as it has developed strong links with the major budget airlines. It is easily accessible by bus services from the City Centre including the 500, 80A and 86A.
Ferry services from Liverpool serve Ireland and the Isle of Man and timetable details can be found on the web.
There is the Merseyrail railway network that connects the city centre with the south of the city including Liverpool South Parkway station (for JLA airport), Southport, Ormskirk, the Wirral and Chester