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An engineering study of Liverpool Road station, Manchester

  • Manchester
  • 19 June 2018
  • 18:30 - 20:00
An engineering study of Liverpool Road station, Manchester

About this event

Liverpool Road is a former railway station on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway in Manchester, England, which opened on 15 September 1830. The station was the Manchester terminus of the world's first inter-city passenger railway in which all services were hauled by timetabled steam locomotives. It is now the world's oldest surviving terminal railway station.
 
Speaker, Bill Harvey, will cover the construction and development of the station, from 1830 to the present.

17.45  - Networking, food and refreshments,  1st floor of the Kro Bar, 325 Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PG
 
18.30  - The presentation will take place at the Samuel Alexander Building, Lecture Theatre SLG.12, Lime Grove, Manchester, M13 9PP. Organisers will direct you to the venue which is a 1 minute walk away.
 
Please book your FREE tickets here

Venue courtesy of the University of Manchester.

This is an inter-professional event together with the Institution of Structural Engineers and The Newcomen Society.
Please contact Jonathan Han, ICE Manchester Branch Chair (hanstar007@gmail.com) for additional information or queries.

Parking available at:

- Aquatics Car Park, Manchester M13 9SS
- Cecil Street, Manchester M15 6GD
- Dilworth Street, Manchester M15 6JA

Event venue

Samuel Alexander Building
Lecture theatre SLG.12
Lime Grove
Manchester
Manchester M13 9PP
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Janice Parkinson

e: janice.parkinson@ice.org.uk
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