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How to Get to Newcastle upon Tyne by Train

Newcastle station is a major rail hub in the north-east with regular connections to all parts of the UK. East Coast Trains operate services on the mainline between London and Edinburgh stopping at Newcastle. Trains to Newcastle upon Tyne from London King's Cross take around three hours, with two direct services every hour. Journey times from Edinburgh are around 1.5 hours. Northern Rail operates services west through the Tyne Valley to Cumbria and Carlisle and local services in the north-east. CrossCountry Trains provide some connections to Scotland and south to the Midlands and the south-west. First TransPennine Express trains connect Newcastle with Yorkshire and the north-west. Newcastle Central Station, which opened in 1850, is located in the city center, served by local buses and by a Metro station with connections to the airport, Whitley Bay and Sunderland.

Newcastle upon Tyne

An iconic city through-and-through, Newcastle got its name from the fortification built by the Normans in 1080, later a vital bulwark against Scottish invaders. The city's importance grew initially as a wool trading center and subsequently as a hub for ship-building and coal-mining. Its rich industrial heritage is still evident despite evolutions into an administrative and cultural center. The atmospheric streets mix medieval, Victorian and neo-classical buildings with striking modern developments like the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art on the quayside in Gateshead. The river is the focus for the city's bold new architecture but the locals still cling to the traditional nightlife around the Bigg Market area, with its buzzing pubs and curry houses. Football remains a passion, with Geordie pride reliant on the fortunes of the club simply known as "the Toon".

Trains to Newcastle: Overview

Newcastle upon Tyne is easily accessed by train from all over the UK. East Coast Trains operate services on the mainline between London and Edinburgh stopping at Newcastle. Trains to Newcastle upon Tyne from London King's Cross take around three hours, with two direct services every hour. Journey times from Edinburgh are around 1.5 hours. The city is famous for its nightlife, history and rich industrial heritage.

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