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Newcastle’s central location means that it is easily accessible by most means of transport. It is situated between junctions 15 and 16 of the M6 and is within an hour’s drive of four international airports.
From roadworks to bus routes, here are the key details you need to get A to B
The nearest railway station is Stoke-on-Trent, about 3 miles from Newcastle town centre. Taxis are available from outside the station or you could arrange for a Newcastle firm to pick up visitors from the station. Use the Think Local link for local taxi companies. Buses 24 and 25 provide direct links between Stoke station and Newcastle town centre (these routes also link to Keele University). Find out about times, fares and European links.
Our links will connect you to all the main ferry companies.
Connect to our four nearest international airports and obtain general information from BAA.
These guides have been designed to provide Airport passengers with as useful and comprehensive information about the airport as possible. Each guide gives a very practical overview of the airport and a concise breakdown of how to move around. The guide will also help people find the best transport option and directions to and from the airport, and will provide many helpful tips for planning trips.
Use these links to access local bus information for Newcastle, Stoke-on-Trent and surrounding areas.