Manchester Deansgate Train Station

The Manchester Deansgate train station, also known as Knott Mill, is a raised train station in Manchester situated only a kilometre west of Piccadilly. This Victorian station building is also close to the heart of the city’s shopping district.

The station remains largely unchanged and stands as it did when it was first opened in 1849 by the Manchester South Junction and Altrincham Railway. It has received several additions through the years, including the inclusion of a footbridge across Whitworth Street in 1985.

This footbridge connects the station to the Manchester Central Exhibition Complex and its Metrolink tram stop.

Manchester Deansgate Train Station Rail Services

Trains entering Deansgate station arrive at one of the station’s two platforms. The trains entering the station pass between the renovated warehouses lining the Bridgewater Canal and Castlefield Urban Heritage Park. Departing trains heading to Blackpool and Liverpool do so from platform two, while trains running to Manchester Airport and other greater Manchester stations depart from platform one.

Both platforms feature a long ramp, lift, and stairs to the concourse below, where you will access the station's few facilities.

The station offers passengers card and coins telephones, a booking office and information point, and toilets whose keys you receive upon request.

Address

Jactin House
24 Hood Street, Ancoats,
Manchester, Greater Manchester M4 6WX

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