St James Metro station
|Tyne & Wear Metro|
The station's black and white colour scheme is designed to match Newcastle United's kit colours.
|Place||Newcastle City Centre|
|Fare zone information|
|Network One zone||1|
|Original (1979) zone||26|
|Metro Usage||0.27 million|
|Opened||14 November 1982|
|List of stations|
St James Metro station is a station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, in the west end of the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The station is situated next to St James' Park, the stadium of Newcastle United F.C..
The station, which opened in 1982, is one of two terminals of the Yellow line of the Metro system. The interior of the station is distinct, as the walls are decked out in black and white stripes (the colours of Newcastle United) and depicts Newcastle United players and managers past and present. However, when it was first opened, it was finished in the same colours as the other underground stations on the system (cream and yellow). It has two platforms.
In 2008-9, the station was used by around 246,000 passengers.
One of the overrun tunnels at the end of the station platforms. A variation of Moorgate Control is used to ensure that trains are safely slowed down on the approach to the dead end tunnels.
- "Automated Announcements / Track Map / Usage Statistics". 2015–2016. Retrieved 29 April 2017.
- NEXUS Business Intelligence Report. http://www.nexus.org.uk/wps/wcm/resources/file/eba01f018731343/Business%20Intelligence%20Annual%20Report%20200809.pdf[permanent dead link]
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|Preceding station||Tyne and Wear Metro||Following station|
towards South Shields
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