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Newcastle Central Station

Newcastle Central Station opened in 1850 for the York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway Company. It is a Grade I listed building. LinkExternal link . The station is situated on the East Coast Main Line, but a variety of rail companies run services across the country.
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by N Chadwick

Created: Thu, 24 Mar 2011, Updated: Thu, 24 Mar 2011


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NZ2463 : Locomotive, Newcastle by Rossographer
NZ2463 : Platform 4 by DS Pugh
NZ2463 : The Approach to Newcastle Central Station by David Dixon
NZ2463 : Train, Newcastle by Rossographer
NZ2463 : Eastern end of Newcastle Central Station by N Chadwick
NZ2463 : Newcastle Central Station seen from Newcastle Castle by habiloid
NZ2463 : Platforms 2 and 3 and footbridge by DS Pugh
NZ2463 : Train, Newcastle by Rossographer
NZ2463 : East Coast Express Train at Newcastle Central Station by David Dixon
NZ2463 : Christmas tree in Newcastle station by DS Pugh
NZ2463 : Newcastle Central Station, the Eastern End of Platform 3 by David Dixon
NZ2463 : Train, Newcastle by Rossographer
NZ2463 : Trains at Newcastle by DS Pugh
NZ2463 : Train, Newcastle by Rossographer
NZ2463 : Trains in platforms 2 and 4 by DS Pugh
NZ2463 : Newcastle Central Station by M J Richardson
NZ2463 : Inside the portico, Newcastle central station by Stephen Craven
NZ2463 : Newcastle Central Station by David Dixon
NZ2463 : First TransPennine Express Train at Newcastle Central Station by David Dixon
NZ2463 : Newcastle Central Station by Paul Gillett
NZ2463 : Passenger and freight trains at Newcastle Station by Stephen Craven
NZ2463 : Newcastle Station by Stephen McKay
NZ2463 : Platform 4 south end by DS Pugh
NZ2463 : Seasonal concert, Newcastle central station by Stephen Craven
NZ2463 : Voyager entering Newcastle Station by Stephen Craven

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