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Liverpool Street Station opened in 1874 and it was built for the Great Eastern Railway (GER) in order to serve east London, Essex and East Anglia. E. Wilson, chief engineer of the GER, designed it along with the Gothic-style offices and entrance.
Address: Unit 8-10 Liverpool Street Station, London, England, EC2M 7QA,uk
Despite its name, Liverpool Station trains do not go to Liverpool. For Liverpool trains passengers should go to Euston train station.
Liverpool Street Train station operates for trains towards Stansted Airport, Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge, Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft, Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Southend on Sea and the port of Harwich, as well as many suburban stations in northeastern London, Essex and Hertfordshire.
Liverpool Street Train station is busy all year round and there you can find the Dutchflyer service that consists of a daily express train to Harwich that connects with the ferry from Harwich to Hoek van Holland.
Liverpool Street Station Services