No trains will run in or out of Liverpool Lime Street station 'for several days' after a wall collapsed on to the railway. A section of trackside wall 'loaded with concrete and cabins by a third party' fell, blocking all four lines into the station, Network Rail said. The collapse on Tuesday evening left rubble strewn across the tracks and overhead wires damaged. Commuters and travellers are being urged to seek alternative routes. All services from Liverpool Lime Street to Manchester, Warrington and Wigan are suspended, although some replacement buses are in operation.
All four lines into Liverpool Lime Street station are blocked after a wall came down.