Stations similar to or like Stadium of Light Metro station

Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Monkwearmouth and Roker, and the Stadium of Light in Sunderland. Wikipedia

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    Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Fulwell, Roker and Seaburn in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. Wikipedia

  • University Metro station

    Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving the University of Sunderland, and the west of Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. Wikipedia

  • Millfield Metro station

    Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Millfield and Sunderland Royal Hospital in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. Wikipedia

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    Station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving the Ford Estate and Pallion in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. Wikipedia

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  • South Hylton Metro station

    Terminus station on the Tyne and Wear Metro, serving Pennywell and South Hylton in Sunderland. The station joined the network in March 2002, following the opening of the 18 km extension from Pelaw to South Hylton. Wikipedia

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    • 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
    • However, nearby Stadium of Light Metro station on Newcastle Road, and Seaburn Metro station on Station Road, are both within easy reach from Witherwack by bus services 16 and the 135/36(Sunday and nights only)respectively.Witherwack-Wikipedia
    • Between Pelaw and Sunderland, intermediate stations at Brockley Whins, East Boldon and Seaburn were re-built, with a further three being purpose-built for the network, at Fellgate, Stadium of Light and St. Peter's.Tyne and Wear Metro-Wikipedia
    • As part of this project, three new purpose-built Metro stations were constructed along the Durham Coast Line at Fellgate, Stadium of Light and St Peter's, the latter of which was constructed close to the site of the long-closed Monkwearmouth station.Durham Coast Line-Wikipedia
    • Despite the station's name, St. Peter's is actually closer to the Stadium of Light than the nearby Metro station with the same name.St Peter's Metro station-Wikipedia
    • Former rail stations at Seaburn, East Boldon and Brockley Whins (as well as new purpose-built stations at St. Peter's, Stadium of Light and Fellgate) are now served by the Tyne and Wear Metro, with a frequency of up to five trains per hour, and a direct link to Newcastle Airport.Transport in Tyne and Wear-Wikipedia

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