Monkwearmouth Station Museum


Monkwearmouth Station"The new railway station in North Bridge Street, Monkwearmouth was opened on 19 June 1848. It was the new Sunderland terminus for the Brandling Junction Railway, opened in 1839, that linked Wearside with South Shields and Gateshead..... in 1967 it was closed to travellers ...The building was saved from dereliction by Sunderland Corporation and was reopened as a Museum by HRH the Duke of Edinburgh in 1973...." (Local History Fact Sheet, Sunderland Public Library Service). The building is Grade II* listed.

North Bridge Street, Sunderland, SR5 1AP

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Monkwearmouth Station Museum
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Monkwearmouth Station Museum - Local Studies Fact Sheet
- "The new railway station in North Bridge Street, Monkwearmouth was opened on 19 June 1848. It was the new Sunderland terminus for the Brandling Junction Railway, opened in 1839, that ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(2751): Monkwearmouth, Monkwearmouth Station
- "Monkwearmouth Station. On the 1st edition OS mapping this was the southern terminus of the North Eastern Railway Sunderland Branch, (SMR 2289). The station was opened in 1848 as the ...

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MONKWEARMOUTH MUSEUM OF LAND TRANSPORT WITH WALLS, FOOTBRIDGE, WAITING ROOM - List Entry
- "Formerly known as: Monkwearmouth Station NORTH BRIDGE STREET. Railway station, now museum. Main building and screen walls 1848 as branch terminus of the Brandling Junction Railway for the York, Newcastle ...

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