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New station at the Haymarket

16th April 1971, Page 27
16th April 1971
Page 27
Page 27, 16th April 1971 — New station at the Haymarket
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• Construction of a new bus and coach station to replace the congested Haymarket station, Newcastle upon Tyne, has now been completed, and consists of nine platforms of the saw-tooth type, with buses driving in and reversing out on one side of the site.

Operators using the bus station include NBC-subsidiary United Automobile Services, STG-SBG subsidiary. Eastern Scottish, Tyneside PTE, and independent operators Vasey and Terrier. NBC express services to Leeds, Manchester, Hull, Leicester, Coventry, Birmingham and Blackpool also depart from the station.

Another two bus stations in Newcastle, built many years ago and never modernized, arc at Marlborough Crescent and Worswick Street. Both are used extensively by NBC companies.

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