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.
Trains from the UK to Newcastle
Trains to Newcastle - FAQs
There are a high number of train companies which offer routes to Newcastle, who you'll be travelling with depends on where your departure point is. Virgin East Coast tend to cover the long-distance route from London, while Transpennine Express cover more short distance journeys.
Saving on your train ticket is easy if you know which exact day and time you want to travel. If this is case then it's best to purchase an Advance ticket which most train companies release their tickets up to 12 weeks before departure dates.
Newcastle is home two train stations: Newcastke Central Train Station and Newcastle Manors. Most trains to Newcastle terminate at the city's central station, also stopping at Manors. Both stations are located close to the city centre and offer futher transport options such as local buses and taxis.
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