|Line||Location||Opening date||Railway station originally opened||number of platforms|
|Green||underground; platforms shared with National Rail||31st March 2002||4th August 1879||2|
Sunderland station is shared with Northern mainline services. There is an island platform with two faces; Metro trains use the southern end of the platforms (called Platform 2—southbound—and Platform 3—northbound) and mainline services us the northern end of the platforms (called Plaform 1—southbound—and Platform 4—northbound).
The station opened to mainline services in 1879, and was rebuilt to its current design in 1965. Metro services began using the station in March 2002 with the opening of the Sunderland extension. The platforms are underneath the entrance/ticket hall.
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