SOUTH Shields station on the Tyne and Wear Metro system was permanently closed from the end of service on July 7.
This is the first and only T&W station to close since operations began in 1980.
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South Shields was at the end of the Yellow Line branch from Pelaw on the south bank of the Tyne.
It was closed to make way for the town’s new £21million bus and Metro interchange, sited 100metres away, which is due to open on August 4.
Until then, services are terminating at nearby Chichester.
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