Newcastle upon Tyne Transportation

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  • 1. Metro

    The Metro is a light rail system that operates largely above ground connecting places around Tyneside and Wearside. The two lines are colour coded green and yellow. The green line runs from the...

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  • 2. Travel to other cities

    Needing to travel by train from Newcastle-upon-Tyne to Stansted airport, in London, the train, according to my needs, would leave at noon and arrive at the end of the day. The problem was that the...

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  • 3. Train travel

    On my 4 visits to the city I've driven twice and taken the train twice. From my part of Scotland (Fife) the train is faster and more comfortable. However, depending on ticket prices it is likely to...

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  • 4. Newcastle airport

    It's great when it takes you a maximum of 20 minutes to get from your house to the airport... Newcastle is well connected with European cities through scheduled flights, and also has a number of tour...

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  • 5. Buses

    The Quaylink bus routes are an excellent way for visitors (and locals for that matter) to visit The Quayside and the City Centre. There are 2 routes - Q1 and Q2. Q1 operates between Central Station...

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  • 6. Ferries

    From Soth Shields Ferry Landing, departing at 1pm on Sundays a 3 hou river trip can be made on the Tyne. The accompanying guide provides an in-depth commentary into the life of the river's past and...

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  • 7. Driving

    When going out for the evening where you might be having a pint or two, or even a good bottle of wine, save yourself a lot of grief and simply get a taxi to pick you up at your lodgings and take you...

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  • 8. Train

    Newcastle is a day trip away from two of Britain's biggest tourist draws - York and Edinburgh, making it an easy choice if you are looking to get away. The...

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  • 9. Tour Bus

    Like in any other big cities,Hop on hop off bus is the popular way to see the sights and attractions.There are 2 routes, one is the Newcastle Gateshead Tour or...

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  • 10. Getting around Newcastle

    Walking is the best way to see and to get around central Newcastle. There is a metro and an extensive bus network which is useful if you need anything on the...

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  • 11. The High Level Bridge

    Newcastle is a great city to walk. The river and its bridges make for many interesting vistas and vantagepoints. I've read that there are now many interesting...

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  • 12. Newcastle is a easy reach able...

    Newcastle is a easy reach able place. It has its own international airport with a train service to the city centre. It has a big main-line station so its easily...

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  • 13. Newcastle has a airport, rail...

    Newcastle has a airport, rail station. In the Summer it is also conected to Norway Sweden and now Amsterdam by a Car FerryNewcastle has an Underground Rail...

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  • 14. The Tyne International...

    The Tyne International Terminal has now moved from underneath the quay Tyne bridges to 5 miles down the River Tyne, within about a mile of the river mouth. The...

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