North Wylam Railway Station


North Wylam Railway Station opened on the 13th of May 1876 as part of the Scotswood, Newburn & Wylam Railway, operated by the North Eastern Railway. It was located in Wylam, between Falcon Terrace and Main Road, not far from Wylam Station (built in 1835 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway). Wylam North station was closed on the 11th of March 1968.[1] The site was cleard in 1975, the only remains of the station are a ridge of stones from the former eastbound platform, loacted by the car park of the Tyne Riverside Park, and viewable from the Wylam Waggonway walking and cycle route.[2]

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Site of the former North Wylam Railway Station

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Former North Wylam Railway Station

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NORTH WYLAM
- "...Location: Between Falcon Terrace and Main Road, just north of the road bridge over the River Tyne. Under 5 minutes’ walk from Wylam station. Company on Opening: Scotswood, Newburn & ...

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