Tyne and Wear Metro development - Option of the Metro line on the Washington



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The development of the Tyne and Wear Metro network in the South due laying lines in the vicinity of Washington. Various solutions to this problem are considered for more than 20 years. The most realistic idea - the project of 1991: Options 5 of the Tyne & Wear Metro development: “Pelaw – Victoria viaduct. via Leamside line – Sunderland” - formation of the Loop: Pelaw – Washington – Penshaw – South Hylton – Sunderland – Seaburn – Pelaw. Or its more recent interpretation. Currently, studies of the issue intensified. The least amount of cost possible with the implementation of a variant associated with the use of the Old Railway, which runs from Pelaw. The length of the ground Metro line will be 11 miles, the number of stations 6: Colliery Row – Shiney Row – Penshaw – Washington – Usworth Hall – Roman Road – PELAW. In this embodiment, the line may continue to the Durham.
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