This line is closed. There are plans to re-open the line. The station site remains largely intact but two large bridges are missing along the route. Today the nearest station is at Alnmouth.
|/ /1963||Alnwick Branch (York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway)|
Not included in Beeching Report.
These locations are along the line.
This substantial station closed in 1968. The station building remains standing and there are portions of platforms. It was the terminus of the line from Alnmouth and, from 1887, the line from Coldstream (the junction was south of the station.)
This is the terminus of the Aln Valley Railway. The station opened in 2012. The station is the intended terminus of a re-opened Alnwick Branch (York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway) which closed in 1968. The original site, Alnwick, will be difficult to access from Alnmouth due to the construction of the A1 on the level over the former line's trackbed.
This is a two platform station with the main station building, a modest modern structure, on the southbound platforms. There are car parks on either side of the line. There is a signal box at the north end of the southbound platform and sidings and a coal yard at the south end, east side of the line. The station is on the electrified East Coast Main Line.