Category:Jesmond railway station

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English: Jesmond railway station was built in 1864 as part of the Blyth and Tyne Railway. It closed on 23rd January 1978, to be replaced by the Metro station a short distance to the north. The platforms remain, with the station now converted to a pub - The Carriage. The former signal box is now an Indian restaurant, making use of a converted railway carriage for additional seating - installed in between it and the pub. The line remains in use by the Metro for non-passenger movements, as part of the Manors stock line.