Liverpool Lime Street has been named as major station of the year at the 2019 National Rail Awards.
The Network Rail managed transport hub beat London Bridge, Kings Cross, Glasgow Central, Manchester Piccadilly and York to the top spot.
The award comes after last year’s completion of a major £140m overhaulof the historic grade-II listed station.
The two-year transformation, carried out as part of the Great North Rail Project, has seen upgrades to track, platforms and signalling to enable more frequent, reliable and longer trains.
Paul Spiers, station manager at Liverpool Lime Street, said:
Tim Shoveller, managing director of the North West & Central region, said:
The annual awards was hosted by Rail Magazine at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, last night (September 19).