Haymarket Metro station

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English: Haymarket 54°58′39″N 1°36′50″W / 54.977475°N 1.613891°W / 54.977475; -1.613891 (Haymarket Metro station) is a station on the Green & Yellow Lines of the Tyne and Wear Metro, sited at the northern edge of Newcastle city centre.
Opened New
or converted
Number of platforms Track alignment Tyne & Wear metropolitan borough
11 August 1980 New 2 N-S Newcastle upon Tyne
Layout
An underground island platform beneath a ground level ticketing hall. The interior was substantially refurbished between 2007 and 2009 in conjunction with the rebuilding of the ground level station building
Platform no.
and position
Direction
of travel
Previous
stop
Route Next
stop
Platform 1
East
Southbound Jesmond Yellow Line to South Shields (stop 28 of 42) Monument
Green Line to South Hylton (stop 12 of 31)
Platform 2
West
Northbound Monument Yellow Line to St James (stop 15 of 42) Jesmond
Green Line to Airport (stop 20 of 31)
Notes
None
Station buildings
The ground level station concourse is integrated into the Haymarket Hub building, which replaced a smaller round building in the original style (brown) - construction began in 2007, being officially opened on 29 March 2010. In the paved area directly to the north stands the South African War Memorial, unveiled in 1908
Access
Ground level entrances into the Haymarket Hub building, bordered by Percy Street to the west, St Mary's Place to the north, Northumberland Street to the east and a path to the south. Two escalators and a staircase between ground level and platform level were replaced with three escalators during refurbishment
Protection from the elements
Tunnel roofs
Interchanges
bus

Original station building[edit]

Underground portion before refurbishment[edit]

Underground portion during refurbishment[edit]

Haymarket Hub exterior[edit]

The Haymarket Hub building is a four sided modern glass structure. It is roughly square, 100' wide at its maximum width. It has a curved roof and wide radius corners, with each side featuring a full length arched feature, which roughly face each of the four compass directions. As well as containing the station hall, it also features retail units and a Nexus travel shop at ground level, while offices occupy the floors above.

Ground level & escalators after refurbishment[edit]

Platform level after refurbishment[edit]