Newcastle Central Station, on the East Coast Main Line in the UK, opened in 1850. Today it is operating 12 platforms at the station daily. In 2018, record numbers of 8.8 million passengers used the train station.
The station is a major transport hub, especially since being the main line in between London and Edinburgh and frequent services from Glasgow and Aberdeen, southbound into Derby, Birmingham, Cheltenham, Chesterfield, Leeds, Bristol, Sheffield, Reading, Durham, Oxford, Reading and York.
The Railway Station conveniently operates a car park and there are bike stands inside the railway station if you opt to cycle here instead. There are public telephones, shops, a bank ATM and Nexus Travel shop. The station is accessible, with a lift at the entrance to the Main Line station.
Central Station Metro Station or the ‘Tyne & Wear Metro’ is located directly underneath Newcastle Central Station. It serves to the city centre of Newcastle if you are looking for transport towards St. James, South Shields and South Hylton in Newcastle city. Find here a local area and bus map.