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Metro Central Station - Newcastle


Central is a station of the Tyne & Wear Metro, which can be accessed from Newcastle Central Station (railway) or via a subway at the bottom of Grainger Street. The Metro station features Hilary Paynter's "From The Rivers to the Sea" murals in the escalator foyer. Central metro station underwent a £6m refurbishment in 2017.[1]

Tyne and Wear Metro From the Rivers to the Sea Newcastle Central Station
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"From the Rivers to the Sea" (1)

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£6m refurbishment of Metro's Newcastle Central Station completed
- "13 March 2017 The £6m revamp of Metro's Newcastle Central Station has been successfully completed, transforming a key regional gateway. The station, which is used by 5.3m people ...

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