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Bede Metro Station

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Bede is a Tyne and Wear Metro station, serving the town of Jarrow, South Tyneside in Tyne and Wear, England. It joined the network on 24 March 1984, following the opening of the fifth phase of the network, between Heworth and South Shields.

The station is named after the Venerable Bede – a monk who established the nearby St. Paul's Monastery during the seventh century.




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by Andrew Curtis

Created: Sun, 29 Nov 2015, Updated: Sun, 29 Nov 2015


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NZ3464 : Bede Metro Station (Platform 1) by Andrew Curtis
NZ3464 : 'Convergence', Bede Metro Station by Andrew Curtis
NZ3464 : Bede Metro Station (Platform 2) from Monksway by Andrew Curtis


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