Newcastle To Glasgow Train

Newcastle:

Newcastle city lies at the urban core of the Tyneside arena and the most populous city in North East Region. City inculcates diversity of pubs, bars and nightclubs around the Bigg Market and the Quayside area of the place center to attract number of tourists around the globe every year.

Main attractions of Newcastle area are:

1. Ouseburn Farm
2. Newburn hall motor museum
3. The Castle Keep
4. Rising Sun Country Park
5. City Hall
6. City Sightseeing Newcastle
7. Grainger Market
8. The Bodega
9. The Old George in the Courtyard Newcastle

Glasgow:

Glasgow city lies to the east of commercial and residential district of Merchant City. The arena is also the home to a high number of up market stores, boutique style shops, cafes and restaurants to serve as one of the best-in-class tourists walk around hub among the other cities of UK.

Main attractions of Glasgow region are:

1. Linn Park
2. Alea Glasgow
3. Tollcross Park
4. Grosvenor Princes Casino
5. The Stand Comedy Club
6. Gambado
7. Katie's Bar Glasgow
8. The Belle
9. Henleys Traditional Sweet Shops

Rail Transportation from Newcastle to Glasgow:

Train services run from Newcastle Station to Glasgow Queen Street. The total journey time required to travel is 2 hours and 31 minutes for covering a distance of 194 kilometers. Newcastle is streamed among the highly technocratic railway stations of UK. There are on an average two train departures every hour from Newcastle, especially with a single hourly service for Sundays.

Cross Country, East Coast and ScotRail are the train service providers between Newcastle to Glasgow. Departure of train to Glasgow from Newcastle starts at around 09:42 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 01:55 p.m. in the afternoon. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £61 (Minimum Price) to £64.50 (Maximum Price) with £63.10 (Average Price).

The busiest day for this journey is Sunday with second busiest day is Monday and least busy day is Wednesday. Train services on this route include one stop in between the destinations, irrespective of train connection. The only direct route is from Newcastle to Glasgow Queen Street via Edinburgh Waverley. Using this route one can reach Glasgow latest by 12:37 p.m. in the morning and last up to 04:38 p.m. for the evening. Normal time ticket charges are generally applicable the whole morning and afternoon so every time is a general time except for trains departing at 11:47 a.m. with maximum ticket charges i.e. £64.50 only and for rest of the train charges are same i.e. £61 only.

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