Newcastle upon Tyne to Carlisle: Tyne Valley Line

This railway line, between Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Carlisle, is also referred to as the “Hadrian’s Wall Country Line” – due to its proximity to the Wall. But if you actually want to see Hadrian’s Wall itself, you’ll have to get off the train and do a bit of walking.

Web resources for The Tyne Valley Line:

Official Train Operator:

Tyne Valley Line (Wikipedia)

Official England Tourism Website

Hadrian’s Wall and the Tyne Valley (Visit Northumberland)

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