Manchester Oxford Road is a busy train station in Manchester city centre. The elevated station is a Grade II listed building known for its elegant laminated timber roof.
Facilities are reasonable and include a ticket office, café, newsagents, public toilets, and cycle rack. There’s a Sainsbury’s Local supermarket (with cash machine) at the bottom of the approach road. There’s also a taxi rank here.
The station is situated at the southern end of the city, close to venues such as HOME and First Street, the Palace Theatre, Manchester Central, and Bridgewater Hall. The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University are within easy walking distance.
There is no car park at Manchester Oxford Road but there is a drop-off zone. Drivers with satellite navigation systems can use the postcode M1 6FU to find the station.
A free bus stops outside the station and goes on a circular route around the city centre to Victoria Train Station and back. The bus is free with departures are every 10 minutes.