Nottingham To Newcastle Train


Nottingham City is known for its education in the UK and having two universities the “Nottingham Trent University” and “University of Nottingham”. The Nottingham Trent University had 27,930 students and the University of Nottingham had 35,630 in 2011/2012, making it a centre for obtaining higher education in the UK. With a seating capacity of around 2,500 people’s in “Nottingham Royal Concert Hall” and with 10,000 capacity in “Nottingham Arena”, it draws a large population towards its popular music and clowning. In 2005, it hosts an “R.E.M” a rock band concert staged for the first time at “Nottingham’s City Ground” a football arena.

The primary tourist spots in the Nottingham region are:

1. The Tales of Robin Hood,
2. Galleries of Justice Museum,
3. East Midlands Conference Centre,
4. Old Market Square,
5. Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre,
6. Nottingham Greyhound Stadium,
7. Capital FM Arena Nottingham,
8. Nottingham Royal Concert Hall,
9. The Arboretum, Nottingham.

Nottingham boasts of largest public bus network in UK which is being operated by Nottingham City Transport.


Newcastle is known worldwide for its beauty and that’s why has become the origin for many film director’s first choice for featuring it’s scenes in their movies. Some of them films being pictured in Newcastle are listed as:

1. On the Night of the Fire in 1939,
2. The Clouded Yellow in 1951,
3. Payroll in 1961,
4. Stormy Monday in 1988,
5. Hum Tum Aur Ghost,
6. Public Sex in 2009.

The primary sources of tourist attractions in the Newcastle area are:

1. The Angel of the North,
2. Metro Radio Arena,
3. Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre,
4. Discovery Museum,
5. Great North Museum: Hancock,
6. The Castle, Newcastle,
7. Theatre Royal, Newcastle,
8. Jesmond Dene House,
9. Newcastle City Hall.

Train and bus services in Newcastle are very popular. Arriva Bus and Stagecoach provides services in the city while long distance services are provided by National Express.

Train Connections from Nottingham to Newcastle:

Train connections from Nottingham to Newcastle are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country, East Midlands Trains, First TransPennine Express, Virgin Trains and ScotRail providers with an average 6 to 7 transfers in between.

1. Nottingham to Newcastle via Manchester Oxford Road, Preston, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. It contains a minimum journey time of approximately 12 hours and 58 minutes with a chargeable penny of £98.

2. Nottingham to Newcastle via Derby, Crewe, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum journey required to travel from Nottingham to Newcastle is around 12 hours and 39 minutes with an approximation fare charge of £58.  

3. Nottingham to Newcastle via Derby, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. It requires approximately 13 hours and 57 minutes to arrive closer to Newcastle with a minimum price rate of £53.

4. Nottingham to Newcastle via Warrington Central, Warrington Bank Quay, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The full time duration needed to dispatch the journey is about 12 hours and 58 minutes with a chargeable amount of £44.

The maximum number of passengers used these services on Sundays with 23% passengers of the week, while the least passengers travel through these services on Wednesdays with 9% passengers.

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