Hebburn Metro station

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Opened New
or converted
Number of platforms Track alignment Tyne & Wear metropolitan borough
24 March 1984 Converted 2 NE-SW South Tyneside
Two side platforms at ground level, staggered 180' west and 10' east of a bridge for Station Road (B1927) (north platform to the west), with another single track to the north, with platform level buildings at the inner ends
Platform no.
and position
of travel M
Route Next
Platform 1
North West
NE bound Pelaw Yellow Line to South Shields (stop 36 of 42) Jarrow
Platform 2
South East
SW bound Jarrow Yellow Line to St James (stop 07 of 42) Pelaw
* M - these are compass headings, which in this station's case do not correspond to the directions diagrammatically indicated on the official Metro route map - NE bound is Eastbound & SW bound is Westbound on the Metro map
Station buildings
Two simple structures in the original style, a rectangle and cube, 30' by 20', and 20' by 20'
A long ramp in line with the track, down from the Station Road bridge to the east end of the north platform; a path and car park on the south side connected to the southern end of the Station Road road bridge as it hits ground level
Protection from the elements
Station building and a standalone 60' platform shelter on the west platform, 60' platform shelter attached to the front of the east platform station building