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Trains from Newcastle to Sheffield

Running 28 times a day with CrossCountry*

*Based on scheduled timetable

Travel from Newcastle to Sheffield in comfort with CrossCountry and take advantage of Advance tickets even on the day of travel, up to 15 minutes before departure.

Travelling from Newcastle to Sheffield with CrossCountry trains takes approximately 2 hours. On your way down to Sheffield, you will pass through many of the well-known cities in the North East, including Durham, York and Leeds. Sheffield Station is located on Sheaf Square, where visitors can admire a fountain and sculptures that stand in recognition of the city’s connection to both the steelworks industry and Mother Nature.

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Travelling to Sheffield

  • First CrossCountry train - 06:25
  • Last CrossCountry train - 19:42

Travelling from Newcastle to Sheffield

Sheffield is nicknamed the Steel City, so you may be surprised to discover that it’s incredibly green – it has four times as many trees as people – and is no longer the industrial haven that it once was. A modern city set against the stunning backdrop of the Peak District National Park, Sheffield is a friendly, alternative and spirited city that will make you want to stay longer than you had first planned. Its two universities attract thousands of students and its vibrant culture means that there’s always something going on.

Once you have arrived in Sheffield

Onward travel: Taxis and Buses in Sheffield

Sheffield’s central location means onwards travel is very accessible. The easiest way to get to many of the central attractions is on foot. There is a bus station just across the road from the train station if you’re going further afield. For those who wish to travel directly to their destination, a taxi rank is located right outside.

Shopping in Sheffield

Sheffield’s authentic and independent spirit is reflected in its shopping options. Sheffield-made wares, vintage clothing, designer boutiques or high street favourites – Sheffield has it all. Fargate and The Moor shopping precincts in the city centre are where you’ll find a host of big names, but both are within easy reach of independent places too. Sheffield is home to Yorkshire’s largest shopping centre, Meadowhall, which has all the big retailers, plus restaurants and its own cinema. Visit Devonshire Quarter for vintage shops and quirk, or the Antiques Quarter for a unique bargain.

Culture in Sheffield

Sheffield is a city bursting with culture and is fast becoming a popular city break destination. On its doorstep is the magnificent Peak District National Park, an area full of natural and historical attractions; don’t leave without enjoying a long country walk and a Yorkshire pub lunch in the Peaks.

Sheffield is well-known for its musical talents. The Cultural Industries Quarter was set up in recognition of its musical heritage, and now plays host to one of the largest creative communities in the country. Here you can do a gallery crawl, listen to live music at the Leadmill or watch an indie film at the Showroom. The Crucible Theatre and Lyceum Theatre are perfect for watching plays and musicals, and if you’re a footy fan, catch a game at one of the city’s two stadiums – Bramall Lane, home to Sheffield United, and Hillsborough Stadium, home to Sheffield Wednesday.

Spending time in Sheffield?

However long you’ll be in Sheffield, there is plenty to see and do. Check out our Guide to Sheffield to plan the perfect trip.


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