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Platforms 1–4 at Victoria were taken out of use in 1973 in anticipation of the tunnel coming to the surface in that part of the station.The tunnel project was cancelled in the late 1970s because of high costs, and in the 1980s transport planners turned to light rail as a lower-cost option.Because the station handled large amounts of parcel and newspaper traffic, an overhead parcels carrier system was constructed in 1895.It consisted of an electrically powered trolley suspended from an overhead track operated by an airborne attendant. A year later, the merged company became the largest constituent of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS).After several years of negotiations between the companies, work started in 1842.
Manchester Victoria is a major interchange for the Metrolink light rail system.
The L&MR extended its line from Ordsall to Victoria and its trains operated from the western end from , on which date its Liverpool Road station terminus became a goods station. Its long, single-storey building designed by George Stephenson and completed by John Brogden was approached by a wooden footbridge over the River Irk before the river was culverted.
The L&MR became part of the Grand Junction Railway in 1845, which in turn amalgamated with other railways to create the London and North Western Railway (LNWR) in 1846, and the M&LR amalgamated with other railways to create the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (L&YR) the following year.
In 1865, four bay platforms were built on the eastern side on land reclaimed from the cemetery, and another was built on the western side, a second through platform was built at the northern side, and the station's facilities were expanded by the construction of a new east wing of the station building.
Victoria reached its maximum extent of 17 platforms in 1904 when the station was enlarged with extra bay platforms to the south.
Trams switch to on-street running when they emerge from Victoria Station and continue southwards through the city centre to Piccadilly or Deansgate-Castlefield.