Chester-le-Street Railway Station - Services

Services

Mondays to Saturdays there is a mostly 2 hourly First TransPennine Express service from Chester-le-Street, northbound to Newcastle and southbound to Durham and beyond to Manchester and Manchester Airport except the first southbound service at 0621 which extends to Liverpool Lime Street. There are a few limited Northern Rail services. Monday to Friday mornings 3 northbound, Saturday mornings 2 northbound, Monday to Sunday late nights 1 southbound, and a single southbound CrossCountry service on weekdays and Saturdays. On Sundays there are 4 northbound and southbound Transpennine services.

Other CrossCountry services as well as all East Coast services pass through the station but do not stop.

Preceding station National Rail Following station
Durham CrossCountry Cross Country Route Newcastle
First TransPennine Express North TransPennine
Northern Rail Tees Valley Line

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