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Trains to Newcastle

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London to Newcastle
Tue, 14 Oct 2014
29 Jul 10.05
29 Jul 14.50
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Edinburgh to Newcastle
Sun, 12 Oct 2014
59min ago
59min ago
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York to Newcastle
Sun, 12 Oct 2014
29 Jul 01.53
29 Jul 01.54
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All fares indicated are one way

Newcastle by train

If you’re travelling to Newcastle, East Coast offers a great range of value train tickets and cheap rail fares from destinations across England and Scotland.

East Coast runs a half hourly service from London to Newcastle and there are some great fares and cheap tickets available at eastcoast.co.uk.

Make it a day to remember with friends and you could also save up to 25% off the price of your tickets if travelling with three or more passengers.

Thousands of Standard Advance tickets and First Advance tickets are released every week up to 12 weeks in advance. But do remember that fares will vary according to time of your booking and origin/destination and are subject to availability. 

Full terms and conditions available here.

Stay up to date with the latest low price ticket offers by signing up for our ticket alert email. You can also print tickets at home and buy yourself catering vouchers which means you can relax whilst travelling with East Coast.

If you want to keep up to speed with the latest travel information and plan your journey on the move, take a look at the East Coast app available on both Android and iPhone.

East Coast offers a great service to all its passengers but for a little extra comfort and style upgrade to First Class. With free complimentary meals on services of more than an hour, free Wi-Fi as standard, larger seats and extra legroom, it all means you will arrive relaxed and ready to make the most of your day.

Described by Lonely Planet as ‘the most exciting, beautiful and friendly region in the whole of England’, Newcastle is a must for those seeking an exhilarating break.

An ultra-modern city, Newcastle has reinvented itself as a cosmopolitan mecca of the north and the energy generated by its locals makes its centre one of the most vibrant in the country.

Whether it’s luxury shopping in Eldon Square, lunch at Blackfriars, the country’s oldest restaurant, or cheering on your local football team at the legendary St James’ Park, there’s no end of things to do in Newcastle.

Feeling active? Don’t forget about the famous Great North Run which you can find more information about, and other things happening during your trip, by visiting our Newcastle city guide