MetroCentre railway station

MetroCentre Railway Station

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MetroCentre railway station is a railway station that serves the MetroCentre shopping and leisure complex in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. It is located on the Tyne Valley Line from Newcastle upon Tyne to Carlisle, and is managed by Northern Rail.

The station opened on 3 August 1987. It is an unmanned station, connected to the MetroCentre mall by a covered footbridge. Initially called Gateshead MetroCentre, the station's name was shortened to MetroCentre from 17 May 1993.

There is a regular shuttle service to Newcastle Central station, a half-hourly service to Hexham and hourly extensions through to Carlisle. Additionally, many trains run beyond Newcastle to Sunderland, Middlesbrough or Morpeth.

Most train services are operated by Northern Rail; however the station is also served by First ScotRail, which operates a few daily services to Glasgow via Carlisle.

The station is covered by a Ditra Systems Public Address System (PA), voiced by Phil Sayer.

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