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Tyne and Wear Metro : Stations : West Monkseaton

LineLocationMetro station opening dateRailway station originally openedRailway station closednumber of platforms
Yellowsurface11th August 19802nd March 193310th September 19792

West Monkseaton station, which is on the Tyne Coast loop, is a former railway station. It was opened by the London North Eastern Railway in 1933 and is a good example of Art Deco station design.

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Services from this stop:

St James via the Coast
South Shields via Newcastle
also peak hour short workings to Monkseaton and to Pelaw via Newcastle  
Airport station Callerton Parkway station Bank Foot station Kingston Park station Fawdon station Wansbeck Road Regent Centre station South Gosforth station Ilford Road station West Jesmond station Jesmond station Haymarket station St. James station Central station Monument station Gateshead station Gateshead Stadium station Felling station Heworth station Pelaw station Fellgate station Brockley Whins station East Boldon station Seaburn station St. Peter's station Sunderland station Stadium of Light station Park Lane station University station Millfield station Pallion station South Hylton station Longbenton station Four Lane Ends station Benton station Palmersville station Northumberland Park station Shiremoor station West Monkseaton station Whitley Bay station Monkseaton station Cullercoats station Tynemouth station North Shields station Meadow Well station Percy Main station Howdon station Hadrian Road station Wallsend station Walkergate station Chillingham Road station Byker station Manors station Hebburn station Jarrow station Bede station Simonside station Tyne Dock station Chichester station South Shields station

 

 

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