Bristol To Newcastle Train

Bristol:

Bristol consists of many buildings of the UK’s “Architectural Period” from Medivel to 21st century, having 51 buildings of 1st Grade, 550 buildings of 2nd Grade and around 3,800 buildings of 3rd Grade. It too contains some Tudor and mansions built for wealthy merchants, one of them is “King’s Weston House” designed by Sir John Vanbrugh, being the only Vanbrugh building to be constructed outside the London city in the United Kingdom. More or less of other architectures of that period like “Almhouses” and “Public Houses” intermingled with modern growth are still live.

The principal spots of tourist attractions in the Bristol city region are:

1. Clifton Suspension Bridge,
2. Avon Valley Railway,
3. St Mary Redcliffe,
4. Bristol Museum Art Gallery,
5. Red Lodge Museum, Bristol,
6. Queen Square, Bristol,
7. Royal West of England Academy,
8. Brandon Hill, Bristol,
9. Bristol Hippodrome.

Newcastle:

Newcastle a place where you can have an easy access over literatures and libraries. Being named as “Lit and Phil” its “Literary and Philosophical Society” established in 1825 was designed by John and Benjamin Green, is the largest library outside London, incorporating over 150,000 volumes, 8,000 CD’s and 10,000 LP’s. Besides a “Seven Stories” museum containing of children’s books opened in 2005.

The main sources of attractions in the Newcastle city area:

1. North East Aircraft Museum,
2. Ravensworth Castle,
3. Lambton Castle,
4. Museum of Antiquities,
5. Hatton Gallery,
6. Newcastle Racecourse,
7. Newcastle City Hall,
8. Newcastle Cathedral,
9. Grainger Town.

Trains Connection Between Bristol to Newcastle:

Train services between Bristol and Newcastle are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country, First TransPennine Express, London Midland and ScotRail providers and required 5 to 7 changes in between of two.

1. Bristol Temple Meads to Newcastle via Stafford, Crewe, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central with an average cost of £60 and the time duration required is approximately 12 hours and 49 minutes.

2. Bristol Temple Meads to Newcastle via Birmingham New Street, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The minimum time needed to acquire close to Newcastle is approximately 13 hours and 15 minutes with a minimal cost of £52.

3. Bristol Temple Meads to Newcastle via Stafford, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. It contains approximately 14 hours and 9 minutes to finish the full journey within £56.

4. Bristol Temple Meads to Newcastle via Newport (Gwent), Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum journey time taken between these two stations is approximately 12 hours and 55 minutes to go with a minimal price of £60.

5. Bristol Temple Meads to Newcastle via Stafford, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. It contains approximately 14 hours and 9 minutes to finish the entire journey with an average cost of £55.

The maximum number of passengers used these services on Sundays with 20% passengers, whereas only 11% passengers used these services on Wednesdays and Fridays.
    


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