Station Name: PALLION (2nd site - Metro)
Station still open but included for completeness

[Source: Alan Young]


Date opened: 31.3.2002
Location:

Immediately west of the roundabout where Pallion New Road (B1405) meets European Way

Company on opening: Tyne & Wear Metro
Date closed to passengers:

Still open

Date closed completely: Still open
Company on closing:

Still open

Present state: Still open
County: Durham (now Tyne & Wear)
OS Grid Ref: NZ374578
Date of visit: 19.4.1976 & 20.6.2013

Notes: This two platform station on the Sunderland – South Hylton line opened on 31 March 2002. At Pallion the original route of the Sunderland – Durham route has been abandoned, and the Metro station is on a new alignment about 100yd north of its predecessor. On each platform there are buildings in breezeblock, the larger of the two being on the Sunderland-bound platform where an awning provides shelter.

Route maps drawn by Alan Young.

To see other stations on the Old Main Line click on the station name: Felling 2nd, Felling 3rd , Felling 1st, Pelaw 1st, Pelaw 3rd, Pelaw 4th , Pelaw 2nd, Usworth, Washington 2nd, Washington 1st, Penshaw 1st, Penshaw 2nd, Fencehouses, Rainton, Rainton Meadows (on branch), Leamside 1st, Leamside 2nd, Belmont Junction, Durham Gilesgate (on branch), Sherburn Colliery, Shincliffe & Ferryhill

See also Coxhoe (branch from Ferryhill)

See also: Springwell, Brockley Whins (1st site), Brockley Whins (2nd site)
& Boldon (route prior to 1850)

See also Sunderland and Durham (via Leamside):
Durham (still open), Frankland, Cox Green, South Hylton , Hylton, Pallion 1st, Millfield 2nd, Millfield 1st, Millfield 3rd , Sunderland Fawcett Street (on branch) & Sunderland Central (Still open)


Station still open as part of the Tyne & Wear metro


On 5 April 2003 a Metro train for St James enters the north platform of Pallion station. The principal building, styled simply in breeze blocks with a small awning, is on this platform.
Photo by Alan Young

Pallion Metro station was opened in 2002 on a new track alignment north of the former Sunderland – Penshaw line. This view is looking north-east towards the Metro station in June 2013.
Photo by Roy Lambeth

Looking west down the access ramp to Pallion Metro station in June 2013. The site of the former Pallion station, closed by BR in 1964, is above and to the right.
Photo by Roy Lambeth



 

 

 

[Source: Alan Young]




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