Liverpool James Street Railway Station Parking
Information about Parking in Liverpool James Street Railway Station
Liverpool James Street Station is one of two stations that are in the middle of Liverpool. It is managed by Merseyrail and it was first opened in 1886 and it is one of the world’s oldest deep level stations. Access to the station is via lift as it is underground and the lift can be reached from the entrance on James Street. Each year around 2 million people will use this station.
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Liverpool James Street Railway Station Parking Statistics
4.7 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Liverpool James Street Railway Station
By YourParkingSpace drivers for Liverpool James Street Railway Station spaces
1000 parking spaces
Available for drivers visiting Liverpool James Street Railway Station
What facilities are available at Liverpool James Street Station?
The facilities at Liverpool James Street Station include a post box, public Wi-Fi, a café, vending machine, a news agent, and toilets.
Is there an official Liverpool James Street Station car park?
Being located in the centre of Liverpool, the station does not have a car park.
How many people pass through Liverpool James Street Station each year?
Each year around 2 million people use Liverpool James Street Station.
Does Liverpool James Street Station have a ticket office?
There is a ticket office available to purchase tickets in person.
Does Liverpool James Street Station have step free access?
There is step free access to all platforms. The ticket office is step free via James Street only. The platforms can be accessed via the lifts.
Are there toilets at Liverpool James Street Station?
It does have toilets available for passengers to use.
What is the address for Liverpool James Street Station?
It can be found on James Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 7PQ.
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Latest Liverpool James Street Railway Station parking reviews
Very well lit and clean car park. Pin entry system with roller shutter Only issue would be that on exit anyway can enter the car parking via the hotel lobby and access the car park and no pin is required to exit, the barrier is automatic.Ian
This parking is located in a very good location for the people how’s staying at the hotels around there. Very much cheaper but is quiet hard to find it because the address isn’t shown me the right location and was hard to me to allocate. I had to ask at the receptionist of the hotel where I was staying where it is. A part of that everything whent right.Judith
Great parking, felt safe leaving my car there and very conveinient locationKate
always lots of space, great central location and cctv in operation.. I can just never seem to find the way out but that's probably just a me thing =)Sarah
No issues leaving the car hereSimone
Very handy and safeNicky
Excellent value but difficult to find the exit from the ground floor.Clive
But of a phaff to find, it’s on the main road but looks like a piece of waste ground. Excellent value though, £13 for 16 hours, come and go as you please.Paula