Riding Mill railway station
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Riding Mill railway station is a railway station which serves the village of Riding Mill in Northumberland, England. It is located on the Tyne Valley Line which runs from Newcastle upon Tyne to Carlisle, and is managed by Northern Rail who provide all passenger train services. The Newcastle to Carlisle railway runs through the village and its station, which was opened in 1835 and is one of the oldest railway stations in the world.
The station has an hourly service to both Newcastle and Hexham on weekdays and Saturdays, with some evening trains continuing on to Carlisle. Many daytime eastbound trains continue to Sunderland and Middlesbrough. There is also an hourly service each way on Sundays, with all trains running through to Carlisle.
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Glasgow South Western Line
Tyne Valley Line
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