Aberdeen To Newcastle Train

Aberdeen:
 

Nicknamed ‘The Granite City’ Aberdeen is famous for its locally quarried granite stone which was applied to build London’s Houses of Parliament and Waterloo Bridge. The Aberdeen Press and Journal, is the world’s second oldest existing newspaper. It comprises 45 parks and gardens, including 2 million roses, 11 million daffodils and 3 million crocuses. It has third largest shopping complex in Scotland with shopping centers at Union and George Streets.
 

The main places of attraction in the Aberdeen region are:
 

1.Codonas Amusement Park,
2.Aberdeen Maritime Museum,
3.Aberdeen Art Gallery,
4.Marischal Museum,
5.Kirk of St Nicholas,
6.Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre,
7.Satrosphere Science Centre,
8.Music Hall, Aberdeen,
9.Duthie Park.
 

Newcastle:
 

Newcastle is an existing city from 2,000 years as a Roman fort called Pons Aelius. One of a popular magazine named its Grey Street as “the most beautiful street in the world” since it houses some great Georgian architectures in Europe. It is a diverse urban center known for its night life, music, museums, and sports.
 

Newcastle’s main tourist attraction centers are:
 

1.Newcastle City Hall,
2.Newcastle Racecourse,
3.Newcastle Town Wall,
4.Lambton Castle,
5.Banqueting House, Gibside.
6.Museum of Antiquities,
7.Blackfriars, Newcastle,
8.Live Theatre Company,
9.Discovery Museum.
 

Trains Connecting Between Aberdeen and Newcastle:
 

Train services from Aberdeen to Newcastle stations are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, East Coast, Scot Rail and Virgin Trains with a distance of 403 kilometers with 6 to 7 changes in between of them.
 

1.Aberdeen to Newcastle via Edinburgh Waverley, Crewe, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. It takes approximately 18 hours and 37 minutes with an average ticket price of £57.50.

2.Aberdeen to Newcastle via Perth, Glasgow Queen Stree, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The time period required between these two is about 16 hours and 18 minutes with a minimum charge of £48.50.

3.Aberdeen to Newcastle via Edinburgh Waverley, Crewe, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The journey time between these two stations takes around 18 hours and 37 minutes with an average fare price of £57.25.
 

These services count maximum number of passengers on Sundays by 20%, while it counts the least number of passengers on Wednesdays with 10%.

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