Edinburgh To Newcastle Train

Edinburgh:

Edinburgh’s economy is the firmest in the UK, when it considers outside of London. The “Financial Times” magazine awarded it as the “European Best Large City of the Future for Foreign Direct Investment” and “Best Large city for Foreign Direct Investment Strategy” in 2012-2013 session. Amongst the many effects the city host, is the Annual “Edinburgh International Festival”, races between July and ends early September every year. Some other such events are:  

1. Edinburgh Festival Fringe,
2. Edinburgh Military Tattoo,
3. Edinburgh International Book Festival,
4. Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival,
5. Edinburgh Comedy Festival.

The primary origins of attraction in the Edinburgh region are:

1. Holyrood Palace,
2. Edinburgh Castle,
3. Edinburgh Zoo,
4. The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art,
5. National War Museum,
6. Museum of Childhood,
7. Gladstone’s Land,
8. Royal Scottish Academy Building,
9. John Knox House.

Newcastle:

Newcastle is known for its “family-like atmosphere” with it’s folk’s friendly and safe nature. It is also acknowledged for it’s Music and cinema’s, with the largest music venue “Metro Radio Arena” with a capacitance of 11,000 people’s to seat at a time. An “O2 Academy Newcastle” opened in the city center in 2005 delivers a capacity of 2,000 people’s. As well the urban center has its own independent cinema “The Tyneside Cinema” started as a “Bijou News-Reel Cinema” which was formed by two great film directors “Ridley Scott” and “Tony Scott” in 1937.

The primary fields of attraction in the Newcastle city area:

1. Eldon Square,
2. Blackfriars, Newcastle,
3. Hatton Gallery,
4. Northern Stage,
5. Newcastle City Hall,
6. Newcastle Racecourse,
7. Museum of Antiquities,
8. Church of St Thomas the Martyr,
9. Shearer’s Bar.

Trains Connecting Edinburgh to Newcastle:

Trains to Newcastle from Edinburgh are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Virgin Trains and ScotRail with a minimum of 4 transfer of stations in between.

1. Edinburgh Waverley to Newcastle via Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The minimum time required to  cover a total distance between these two is approximately of around 8 hours and 4 minutes with a minimum travel charge of £43.

2. Edinburgh Waverley to Newcastle via Glasgow Queen Street, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. It takes around 8 hours and 15 minutes to get nearer of Newcastle with a minimum cost of £43.

Maximum number of passengers used these services from Edinburgh Waverley to Newcastle on Sundays with 24% passengers, while merely 9% passengers used these services on Wednesdays.  

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