Oxford To Newcastle Train

Oxford:

Everyone is much familiar with the name Oxford city because of its world-famous higher education universities. But if you are visiting Oxford city then you must visit its museums, colleges, and if possible, then also hear its world class college chapel choirs.

1. Bodleian Library: It is a main library of the University of Oxford for research purposes and also one of the oldest libraries in Europe opened in 1602. It ranks second in size after London’s British Library in the UK.

2. Hertford Bridge: Popularly known by the name of “Bridge of Sighs” of Oxford is a pedestrian bridge for “Hertford College” students.

3. University Church of St Mary the Virgin: A church is full of architectural and historical features of around 1280, and for the best aspects of Oxford city you need to go up-to its tower.

4. Balliol University and Merton Colleges: These colleges are known to be as the oldest colleges and living since the 13th century and their “Gothic” architectures resembles the Oxford city.

5. The Ashmolean Museum: Existing since 1683, it’s an oldest public museum of Britain’s and display Egypt's ancient art, fine collections from Greece and Rome.

Newcastle:

The Grainger Town area is historically a heart of Newcastle, built by “Richard Grainger” on classical streets. More or less on other fine buildings and streets lie within this area including:

1. Grainger Market,
2. Theatre Royal,
3. Grey Street,
4. Clayton Street.

The principal tourist spots in the Newcastle area are:

1. The Castle, Newcastle,
2. Theatre Royal, Newcastle,
3. Metro Radio Arena,
4. The Angel of the North,
5. Newcastle Cathedral,
6. Live Theatre Company,
7. Newcastle Town Wall,
8. Newcastle City Hall,
9. Museum of Antiquities.

Train Connections From Oxford to Newcastle:

Train services between Oxford and Newcastle are provided by Arriva Trains Wales, Cross Country and London Midlands with up-to 7 numbers of changes till Newcastle station for covering a total distance of 413 kilometers.

1. Oxford to Newcastle via Birmingham New Street, Crewe, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum time period required to travel between two cities is about 12 hours and 42 minutes with an average fare price of £120.

2. Oxford to Newcastle via Wolverhampton, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. Services can take up-to 13 hours and 9 minutes to get closer to Newcastle from Oxford with a minimum price of £52.

3. Oxford to Newcastle via Birmingham New Street, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Irish Ferries), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The minimum journey time required to travel between these two stations is around 14 hours with a chargeable amount of £55.

4. Oxford to Newcastle via Birmingham New Street, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. It takes approximately 14 hours to get closer to Newcastle with an average fare price of £116.

The maximum time these services used by passengers are on Sundays with 21% passengers of the week, while it’s got reduced to merely 9% passengers on the Saturdays.

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