Template:Durham Coast Line

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Durham Coast Line
Newcastle Tyne and Wear Metro
King Edward VII Bridge & High Level Bridge
over River Tyne
Gateshead
Gateshead Tyne and Wear Metro
Gateshead Stadium Tyne and Wear Metro
Felling Tyne and Wear Metro
Heworth Tyne and Wear Metro
Pelaw Tyne and Wear Metro
Metro trains join main line
Fellgate Tyne and Wear Metro
Brockley Whins Tyne and Wear Metro
Freight line
to Tyne Dock
Harton Branch
to Tyne Dock
East Boldon Tyne and Wear Metro
Seaburn Tyne and Wear Metro
Former freight line
to Sunderland North Dock
Stadium of Light Tyne and Wear Metro
Monkwearmouth
St Peter's Tyne and Wear Metro
Monkwearmouth Railway Bridge
over River Wear
Sunderland Tyne and Wear Metro
Tyne & Wear Metro
to South Hylton
Durham–Sunderland line
to Durham Elvet
Ryhope East
Seaham Hall Dene
(private)
Seaham
(colliery)
Seaham Harbour
Hawthorn Tower Halt
(
1936–1946
for workmen
)
Hawthorn Dene Viaduct
over Hawthorn Burn
Easington
Horden
Castle Eden Viaduct
over Castle Eden Burn
Blackhall Colliery
Blackhall Rocks
Crimdon Dene Viaduct
over Crimdon Beck
Hartlepool Dock & Railway
to Haswell & Ferryhill
Hart
Hartlepool
("Old" Hartlepool)
Hartlepool
(West Hartlepool)
Seaton Carew
Hartlepool Nuclear
Power Station
Delivery depot
Greatham[1]
Billingham
Billingham-on-Tees[2]
(
closed 6
Nov. 1966
)
Norton-on-Tees
Stockton
Tees Rail Bridge
over River Tees
Thornaby
Newport
(
closed
1915
)
Middlesbrough

This is a route-map template for the Durham Coast Line, a UK railway.

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ "List of dates from 1 January 1985 to 20 January 2006 of last passenger trains at closed BR (or Network Rail stations since privatisation)". Department for Transport Website: Freedom of Information Act responses, February 2006. Department for Transport. 2006. Archived from the original on 2009-06-07. Retrieved 2012-02-06.
  2. ^ Poster for New Billingham Station 1966Picture Stockton Archive; Retrieved 2013-12-02