Of the Manchester ones, Piccadilly stands out. It may not have the sweeping grandeur of Victoria or the iconic Armadillo roof of Oxford Road but it was where I first came into Manchester from London 49 years ago and I like building.
Some friends decry the new forecourt arguing it looks too much like an airport which it does, but it also does the business, and is streets better than the tired 1960s makeover which had become quite shabby.
By comparison the new one is bright, busy and offers a window out onto the city.
But I also like the carriage shed, and especially the brickwork on either side of the platforms.
On a bright sunny spring day the place is magnificent.
There is also plenty to see, including the war memorial to the men of the old railway company who served in the Great War, and out on those annexe platforms you get good views of the city.
So that is about it.
Location Piccadilly Railway Station
Pictures on a Bank Holiday in a railway station, 2018 from the collection of Andrew Simpson