Glasgow To Newcastle Train

Glasgow:

When we talk about Glasgow city, the first thing that comes into the brain are its richest architectures with “Victorian and Edwardian” buildings having carved stone works in its insides. It also contains 3 biggest football stadiums in the Scotland with a major event of clashes between “Celtic” and “Rangers” clubs popularly known as “Old Firm”. This clash for 90 minutes between two clubs produce a great effect on the city, while sometimes leads to even violence between or after the game. Bringing in some of the best shopping destinations in the Scotland, it ranked in second place after London in Britain in shopping experiences, along with “Buchanan Street”, ranked as the 7th most expensive place for retails in the world.

Some other shopping malls in the city outskirts are:

1. St. Enoch Centre,
2. Princes Square,
3. Buchanan Galleries,
4. Argyle Arcade,
5. The Barras.

The primary attractions for tourist in the Glasgow region are:

1. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum,
2. The Glasgow School of Art,
3. Glasgow Museum of Transport,
4. Glasgow Science Centre,
5. House for an Art Lover,
6. Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery,
7. Scotland Street School Museum,
8. St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art,
9. Glasgow Central Mosque.

Newcastle:

Newcastle a lively and diverse city famous worldwide for its night life, music, art-galleries and plays. Being a favorable city, it is one of the England’s cities get the draw for its architecture, business and cultural activities. The Newcastle city center is a thick one and can be easily navigated by walking across it, with having many pedestrian areas. Essentially, it is a “Cycle Friendly” city, with having a number of blank spaces where you can lock your bikes and cycles in the city core.

The primary areas of interest in the Newcastle city area:

1. Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre,
2. Newcastle Cathedral,
3. Great North Museum: Hancock,
4. Eldon Square,
5. National Museum of Antiquities,
6. Laing Art Gallery,
7. Church of St Thomas the Martyr,
8. North East Aircraft Museum,
9. Metro Radio Arena.

Train Services Between Glasgow & Newcastle:

Train services from Glasgow to Newcastle are provided by East Coast, Virgin Trains and ScotRail providers with 1 to 3 changes in between of these two stations.

1. Glasgow Central to Newcastle via Crewe and London Euston. The minimum time duration required to get close to Newcastle from Glasgow is approximately 15 hours and 49 minutes with a minimum chargeable amount of £58.15.

2. Glasgow Central to Newcastle via Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. It covers the total distance between Glasgow and Newcastle in 6 hours and 45 minutes with a minimum cost of £29.

3. Glasgow Central to Newcastle via London Euston. It takes minimum time duration of 15 hours and 23 minutes to complete with an average fare price of £65.30.

The busiest travel days are Mondays and Sundays with 18% and 17% passengers throughout the week, while merely 9% passengers used these services on Wednesdays.

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