Bede Metro station

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English: Bede 54°58′27″N 1°27′56″W / 54.9742°N 1.4656°W / 54.9742; -1.4656 is a station on the Yellow Line of the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving the Bede industrial estate east of the town of Jarrow. Both are named after the English monk, the Venerable Bede.
Opened New
or converted
Number of platforms Track alignment Tyne & Wear metropolitan borough
24 March 1984 New 2 WNW-ESE South Tyneside
Layout
Two side platforms on an embankment, staggered 25' either side of a bridge over Monksway road (north platform to the west), with platform level station buildings at their inner ends
Platform no.
and position
Direction
of travel
Previous
stop
Route Next
stop
Platform 1
North
Eastbound Jarrow Yellow Line to South Shields (stop 38 of 42) Simonside
Platform 2
South
Westbound Simonside Yellow Line to St James (stop 05 of 42) Jarrow
Notes
None
Station buildings
Two simple square structures in the original style, both 20' by 20'
Access
Steps & ramps up from Monksway
Protection from the elements
60' platform shelters attached to the front of both station buildings
Interchanges
None