Metal at Edge Hill Station Tunnel Road
L7 6ND
Telephone: 0151 707 2277

In Liverpool, Metal work out of Edge Hill Station, the world’s oldest active passenger railway station. Metal completed a major renovation of the previously empty, historic buildings in 2009. The original 1836 Engine House, Boiler Room and Accumulator Tower now serve as a cultural and creative hub for artists, the neighbourhood and Merseyside, carrying on the building’s proud history of innovation, aspiration and technology. 

They curate an exciting programme of international and UK artists in residence, host week-long, residential talent development labs for artists from mixed disciplines and run a wide range of events, exhibitions and participatory projects that connect artists to audiences and audiences to artists. 

Their regular programme includes free movies at Film Station, participatory projects in their local arearesidencies with artists like Matthew HerbertLaurel Halo and Marcus Coates, and Future Station, their artists’ development network . They also create projects in partnership with Liverpool Biennial and other partners across the city, and maintain a garden created by volunteers.


Twitter: @MetalLiverpool
Facebook: Metal Liverpool

Access at Metal

The ground floor has wheelchair access.

Parking is available on the main public approach to Edge Hill Station with a short walk to the entrance on platform one.

Please contact Metal directly for further access guidance,, 0151 7072277.

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