About Sunderland Railway Station
Sunderland Railway Station is a train and light rail station serving the city centre of Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. It’s one of the later railway stations to be built in Sunderland, having been opened in 1879 under the title of “Sunderland Central”. Today, it’s managed by Northern.
Coming to see Sunderland?
Sunderland is a unique seafront city, with sandy beaches and a bustling riverside, distinctive heritage and culture, and once a year, one of the best air shows in the UK. After a stroll down its breezy pier and promenade, head into the city centre, where you’ll find countless great places for shopping and eating out, along with the famous Sunderland Empire Theatre, where Charlie Chaplin, The Beatles and many other iconic acts have performed.
Delve into the heart of the city at Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens
The Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens is the best place to learn everything you want to know about Sunderland’s rich history and culture. Famous exhibits include the taxidermied Wallace the Lion, the first Nissan car to ever be produced at the company’s Sunderland factory, and a huge collection of works from the influential English painter LS Lowry.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Sunderland Railway Station? Travelodge Sunderland High Street West Hotel is a five-minute drive away, as is Travelodge Sunderland Central Hotel.