Stations similar to or like St Peter's Metro station

Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Monkwearmouth and St. Peter's, and the Stadium of Light in Sunderland. Wikipedia

  • Stadium of Light Metro station

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  • Seaburn Metro station

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    • A key part of the new masterplan is Stadium Way, a proposed tree-lined boulevard linking the St Peter's Metro station with a proposed Plaza at the South East corner of the stadium.Stadium of Light-Wikipedia
    • Since 2002, Monkwearmouth has once again been served by rail transport, this time via St Peter's Tyne and Wear Metro station a few hundred metres south of the old station.Monkwearmouth-Wikipedia
    • The St Peter's and Stadium of Light Metro stations were built as part of the Sunderland extension, both are quite near the stadium, though ironically St. Peter's is a closer station to the ground than the Stadium of Light station.Stadium of Light-Wikipedia
    • The station was used by 109,284 passengers in 2017–18, making it the third-least-used station on the network, after St. Peter's (107,887) and Pallion (92,060).Bank Foot Metro station-Wikipedia
    • Northbound, the first station is St. Peter's which is a couple of hundred yards south of the former Monkwearmouth station that was a museum from 1981 to 2017, when it then was sold to a private owner who then closed the museum and sold off the exhibits.Sunderland station-Wikipedia
    • The station was used by 133,215 passengers in 2017–18, making it the fourth-least-used station on the network, after Pallion (92,060), St. Peter's (107,887) and Bank Foot (109,284).Bede Metro station-Wikipedia

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