London To Newcastle Train


London is known for its concerts, live music, pubs, green parks. Its variety is reflected in live music and contains over 100’s of venues across the city covering all generations music from electro-jazz to death metal, and bands too from the U2s and Rolling Stones to one man bands, with £20 plus for “Top 40 Bands”, £10 plus four “Established Bands”. Also counts as being an expensive city, but still contains partially free world-class museums and galleries  such as:

1. British Museum,
2. National Gallery,
3. The Victoria and Albert Museum,
4. National History Museum,
5. National Portrait Gallery
6. Tate Modern,
7. Tate Britain.

The primary tourist attraction sites in the London region are:

1. Buckingham Palace,
2. Madame Tussauds London,
3. The Palace of Westminster,
4. Sea Life London Aquarium,
5. Westminster Abbey,
6. Tower of London,
7. St. Paul’s Cathedral,
8. Sir John Soane’s Museum,
9. The London Bridge Experience.


The “Retail Centre Expenditure League” of the UK ranked Newcastle as 9th positioned in 2010 yr. “Eldon Square Shopping Centre” in Newcastle City Centre, is amongst the largest shopping centers in the UK incorporating the “Debenhams” and “John Lewis” stores in the UK. John Lewis stores also known by “Bainbridges” in the UK is the world’s first “Department Store” being opened in 1838. A report outcome in 2004 ranked Northumberland Street as “The Most Expensive Shopping Street” in the UK for rent, when it counts to outside of London. It also contains other
shopping centers such as:

1. Fenwick Department Store is the first and the largest store,
2. Marks and Spencer Stores are one of a largest stores outside London.

The main spots of tourist attraction in the Newcastle area are:

1. Church of St Thomas the Martyr,
2. Lambton Castle,
3. National Museum of Antiquities,
4. Newcastle City Hall,
5. Hatton Gallery,
6. Great North Museum: Hancock,
7. Jesmond Dene House,
8. Metro Radio Arena,
9. Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre.

Trains Connection Between London and Newcastle:

Train services from London to Newcastle are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Virgin Trains and ScotRail providers with a minimum of 4 changes from London to Newcastle’s 488 kilometers distance.

1. London Euston to Newcastle via Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum time needed to move across these two cities is around 12 hours and 59 minutes with a minimum fare price of £111.

2. London Euston to Newcastle via Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast central. It gets about 11 hours and 39 minutes with an average cost of £124.

3. London Euston to Newcastle via Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. A journey from London to Newcastle can be reached within 12 hours and 15 minutes, travel with a minimum cost charging £104.

The busiest travel days from London to Newcastle are on Sundays and Mondays with 21% and 17% passengers throughout the week, while only 9% passengers go through these services on Wednesdays.

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