York To Newcastle Train

York:

York is known for rich heritage and placed second with Manchester after London in the list of the most visited cities in England. A small city and you can visit its major sites within a period of 4 days. It’s “York Minster”, dominates the city being the largest “Gothic” cathedral in Northern Europe. This minster is a seat of the “Archbishop of York”. A theatre named “Theatre Royal” established in 1744 is a major destination where people’s get attracted toward its veteran star “Berwick Kaler”. It is a city well experienced as the “City of Festivals” of England and organizes festivals at a regular intervals such as:

1. Viking Festival,
2. The Festivals of Angels,
3. The Food and Drink Festival,
4. St. Nicholas’ Fair.  

The primary fields of tourist attraction in the York area are:

1. National Railway Museum,
2. York Castle Museum,
3. Jorvik Viking Centre,
4. York Cold War Bunker,
5. Merchant Adventures’ Hall,
6. Yorkshire Museum,
7. St. Michael le Belfrey, York,
8. Snickelways of York,
9. Grand Opera House, York.

Newcastle:

Newcastle is one the city in the UK owning a wireless internet access over its ‘City Centre’. Its main icons which represents it as great city are:

1. Newcastle Brown Ale,
2. Newcastle United Football Club,
3. Tyne Bridge.  

The local newspapers and magazines published in Newcastle are numerous in numbers and some of them are as listed beneath:

1. Trinity Mirror’s,
2. Evening Chronicle,
3. The Sunday Sun,
4. The Journal,
5. Viz, an adult comic,
6. The Crack, a monthly magazine.
7. The Mag, a fanzine.

The main tourist attraction centers in the Newcastle area are:

1. Ravensworth Castle,
2. North East Aircraft Museum,
3. Church of St Thomas the Martyr,
4. Lambton Castle,
5. Eldon Square,
6. Jesmond Dene House,
7. The Castle, Newcastle,
8. Discovery Museum,
9. Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre.

Train Services between York and Newcastle:

Train connections to Newcastle from York are provided by Arriva Train Wales and First Transpennine Express with 6 transfers in between York and Newcastle for covering a total journey distance of 314 kilometers.

1. York to Newcastle via Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. To get closer to Newcastle from York station takes around a travel duration of 13 hours and 45 minutes with an average fare price of £56.

2. York to Newcastle via Edinburgh Waverley, Glasgow Queen Street, Glasgow Central, Ayr, 7067860, Belfast Port. The total time taken to reach up to Newcastle station is around 11 hours and 9 minutes with a minimum chargeable penny of £132.

3. York to Newcastle via Manchester Piccadilly, Chester, Holyhead, Dublin Port (Stena), Dublin Conn CIE, Belfast Central. The approximation time period required to travel up-to Newcastle is 12 hours and 52 minutes with a minimum fare price of £111.

The busiest travel days are Sundays and Mondays with 24% and 18% passengers of the week, while the least act of passengers used these services on Wednesdays with 9% passengers of the week.

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