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NE1 Newcastle Motor Show - 9 & 10 July

News   •   Jul 08, 2016 09:46 BST

The NE1 Newcastle Motor Show returns to Grey Street and surrounding areas on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 July 2016.

After the stunning success of last year’s event, this year’s promises to be bigger and better. Supplementing the amazing vehicles on show last year will be more areas, more vehicles and more entertainment this year as the event expands to take in Highbridge Street, the Bigg Market and sections of Northumberland Street.

This free event promises to be one of the highlights of the summer as the glorious Grey Street is closed for two full days to allow the public to get up close and personal with vehicles varying from Lamborghinis to Ferraris, American Muscle cars to vintage and classic cars and everything in between from 10am until 4pm on both days.

We have a number of frequent services to take you there!


Bus diversions

From 6pm on the evening of Friday 8 July until late on Sunday 10 July, our Quaylink services will be on diversion.

Grey Street will be closed between Mosley Street and Market Street, plus the section of pedestrianised Grey Street north of Market Street towards Monument.

Q1 | Q2 | Q3

  • Service Q1 towards Central Station will operate from Dean Street via Mosley Street, Swan House roundabout, Pilgrim Street and Market Street, omitting the northbound bus stop at the southern end of Grey Street, but will serve the normal bus stop on Market Street West.
  • Services Q2 & Q3 towards Quayside between Market Street West and Dean Street will operate via Market Street, Pilgrim Street, Swan House roundabout and Mosley Street, omitting the bus stop at the southern end of Grey Street, but serving the old Bank of England stop on Pilgrim Street.
  • Service Q3 towards Haymarket will operate from Dean Street via Mosley Street, Swan House roundabout and Pilgrim Street to Market Street East, omitting the northbound stop at the southern end of Grey Street, then left serving the Q1 stop towards Central Station, then Grainger Street, right to Newgate Street, then Percy Street to Haymarket, serving all stop on diversion.