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Description Railway Routes, Train Stations, Train Operating Companies, Train Manufacturers, Historical Facts and additional information.

United Kingdom

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United States Of America

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Abandoned Stations

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Demolished Stations

  • Newcastle Kenton Station

Active Stations

  • National Rail London King's Cross St. Pancreas Station (Historical)
  • National Rail London Heathrow Station
  • National Rail London Gatwick Station
  • National Rail London Waterloo Station (Historical)
  • National Rail London Paddington Station (Historical)
  • National Rail Slough Station
  • National Rail Alnmouth Station
  • National Rail York Station (Historical)
  • National Rail Newcastle Central Station (Historical)
  • National Rail Alnwick Station (Historical)
  • National Rail Berwick - Upon - Tweed Station
  • National Rail Morpeth Station
  • National Rail Acklington Station
  • National Rail Chathill Station
  • National Rail Warkworth Station
  • East Tanfield Station (Historical) (Operator: Tanfield Railway Museum)
  • Lionheart Railway Station (Operator: The Aln Valley Railway)
  • Beamish Town Station (Operator: Beamish Museum)
  • Beamish Pit Village Station (Operator: Beamish Museum)

Abandoned Routes

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Merged Routes

  • Newcastle & Berwick Railway merged with Alnwick Branch Line part of London & North Eastern Railway (Active) (Operator: National Rail)

Active Routes

  • GWR InterCity Route (Active until 2022) (Operator: FirstGroup)
  • Newcastle & Berwick Railway (Active until 1923) (Operator: North Eastern Railway)


  • National Rail
  • GWR Great Western Railway
  • DLR Docklands Light Railway
  • Newcastle & Berwick Railway
  • North Eastern Railway
  • British Rail
  • DB - Deutsche Bahn
  • S-Bahn
  • Beamish Wagon & Iron Co.
  • Angles Flight Incline Railway
  • Roosevelt Island Skycar Tramway
  • London & North Eastern Railway


  • National Rail Alnwick Station is where the infamous "Keep Calm" World War II Poster was found by a The Bookstore Owners in a box with other antique books in their unique Coffeehouse and Bookstore now known as Barter Books. - Source: Barter Books