Manchester Piccadilly Has Ranked On Britain's 'Best And Worst' Train Stations List

But did it come under best or worst?

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Manchester Piccadilly Station has ranked on Britain's 'Best and Worst' train stations list, but did it come under 'best' or 'worst'?

Transport Focus conducted a survey of more than 28,000 passengers at 58 stations across Britain between September and November last year - and now the most 'loved' and 'hated' stations have been ranked.

But where did Manchester Piccadilly rank?

Manchester Piccadilly station in the 90's

The most unpopular station was Glasgow Queen Street, with an average of 58%. Passengers said things like train information and waiting rooms were top on their priority list.

1. Glasgow Queen Street - 58%

2. Gatwick Airport - 66%

3. Oxford - 67%

4. Clapham Junction - 69%

5. Barking - 70%

6. Wimbledon - 71%

7. London Victoria - 72%

8. Highbury and Islington - 72%

9. Hull - 73%

10. Cardiff Central - 75%

Glasgow Queen Street station ranked as the most unpopular in Britain

However, Manchester Piccadilly station ranked on Britain's 'best' train stations list, coming in with an average of 91%. G'won lads.

1. London King's Cross - 96%

2. London St Pancras - 95%

3. Birmingham New Street - 92%

4. Reading - 92% 

5. London Marylebone - 91%

6. Liverpool Central - 91%

7. Beaconsfield - 91%

8. Sheffield - 91%

9. Manchester Piccadilly - 91%

10. Glasgow Central - 91%

Do you agree?

Feature Credit: David Dixon

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