Leeds To Newcastle Train

Leeds:

Leeds Carnival is the second biggest fair in the UK after “Notting Hill Carnival” and also the Europe’s oldest West Indian Carnival. It goes for approximately 3 days at the streets of “Chapeltown” and “Harehills” and around 1,00,000 people attend this. It also coordinates the “Leeds International Film Festival”, being the largest film festival in England away from London and telecast films around the world. Leeds is one of the hubs of National Express coach services in UK.

More or less of other festivals organized by Leeds are listed as:

1. Leeds Asian Festival,
2. Otley Folk Festival,
3. Walking Festival,
4. Garforth Arts Festival,
5. Leeds Festival Fringe,
6. Carnival and Victorian Christmas Fayre.

The primary tourist attraction areas in the Leeds city area are:

1. Armley Mills Industrial Museum,
2. City Varieties Music Hall,
3. Royal Armouries Museum,
4. Henry Moore Foundation,
5. Leeds and Liverpool Canal,
6. National Coal Mining Museum for England,
7. West Yorkshire Playhouse,
8. Ponterfract Racecourse,
9. Aire and Calder Navigation.

Newcastle:

Newcastle’s railway station also called as Newcastle Central Station is amongst the busiest railway stations in Britain and is operated by Cross Country and East Coast service providers. The urban center also provides “Tyne and Wear” metro system services to their passengers, being a system of suburban and underground railways opened between 1980 to 1984, known as Britain’s first urban light rail transportation system.

The principal details of tourist attraction in the Newcastle area are:


1. Great North Museum: Hancock,
2. Theatre Royal, Newcastle,
3. Newcastle Cathedral,
4. Metro Radio Arena,
5. Angel of the North,
6. The Castle, Newcastle,
7. Church of St Thomas the Martyr,
8. Discovery Museum,
9. Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre.

Trains Connection Between Leeds and Newcastle:

Train services from Leeds station to Newcastle are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country, Northern Rail, First TransPennine Express and ScotRail providers and required 6 to 8 changes for covering a total distance of 288 kilometers.

1. Leeds to Newcastle via Manchester Piccadilly, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The journey from this route takes around 12 hours and 21 minutes to complete with an average price of £103.

2. Leeds to Newcastle via Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum time required via this route is approximately of 14 hours and with a minimum charge of £52.30.

3. Leeds to Newcastle via Edinburgh Waverley, Glasgow Queen Street, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The time period required to travel from Leeds to Newcastle is around 11 hours and 37 minutes with a minimum cost of £88.

4. Leeds to Newcastle via Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum time takes to get close of Newcastle is about 12 hours and 41 minutes with an average fare price of £61.30.

Train tickets can be booked from major train operators of from ticket aggregators. Services from Leeds station to Newcastle has used maximum time by passengers on Mondays with 22% passengers of the week, while merely 10% passengers used these services on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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