St Peters

St Peter’s station opened in 2002 with the rest of the Sunderland expansion and is pretty close to both Sunderland and Stadium of Light stations. In fact, geographically, St Peters station is actually closer to the football ground than the Stadium of Light metro station – fact fans! If you’re coming from Sunderland, exit the … Continue reading St Peters

Park Lane

Not only is Park Lane one of Sunderland’s two city centre metro stations but it’s also (officially) the busiest bus station in the UK outside of London. It opened in 2002 as part of the Sunderland metro expansion however was a little after the rest of the Sunderland due to a delay in some wall … Continue reading Park Lane

Sunderland

Metro extended down to Sunderland in 2002, which is relatively recent considering it feels like it's part of the line that's always been there. What makes Sunderland station unique is that the main line and local line services all share the same tracks, which when there's up to 5 trains an hour serviced by the … Continue reading Sunderland

University

University Metro station was opened in 2002 along with the Sunderland extension and was one of the main reasons for Nexus expanding down to Sunderland in the first place. It is also classed as a city centre station (along with Park Lane and Sunderland) despite it predominately servicing the university's city campus. It would be … Continue reading University

Pallion

Pallion in Sunderland is another station that was added to the network when the Sunderland extension was built in 2002 and mostly services Pallion high street, sorry Pallion Shopping Terrace, and the Sunderland Royal Hospital. Sadly, pub wise, it's thin on the ground. We walked passed 3 social clubs and a dilapidated old Pub before … Continue reading Pallion