Street view to become station view in Leeds

8th Mar 2012

Network Rail has teamed up with Google to add some of its biggest stations to the online 360 degree Google Street View application, helping people to better find their way around some of the Britain’s busiest transport hubs.

Over the past fortnight, the Google Trolley has captured images of the concourses of 13 stations includingLeeds, London Liverpool Street and Manchester Piccadilly.

Passengers and station users will soon be able to check the layout of the stations they are visiting, what facilities and shops there are before they set off.

Robin Gisby, Network Rail’s managing director, network operations said: “Millions of people use our stations and they don’t just pass through. People shop in stations; they meet their families and friends, use the cash points and grab a bite or a drink. To make all this easier you’ll soon be able to use Google Street View to find your way around before you set off.”

The Google Trolley has captured images at the following stations:


  Cannon Street
  Charing Cross
  Edinburgh Waverley
  Fenchurch Street
  Glasgow Central
  Liverpool Lime Street
  London Bridge
  London Liverpool Street
  London Victoria
  Manchester Piccadilly

Owing to redevelopment projects ongoing at Birmingham New Street, King’s Cross and London Waterloo, these will be captured at a later date.


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