|Line||Location||Opening date||number of platforms|
|Green/Yellow||underground||15th November 1981||4|
Monument is an underground (deep tube) station in Newcastle city centre. The station is named after Grey's Monument (a monument to Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, after whom Earl Grey tea is named), and the main entrance to the station is next to the monument.
There are four platforms at Monument; Platforms 1 (southbound) and 2 (northbound) are for Green and Yellow line trains running between South Gosforth and Pelaw, and Platforms 3 (eastbound) and 4 (westbound) are for Yellow Line trains between St. James and the North Tyne coast. Yellow line trains call at both sets of platforms on their journey from St. James to South Shields.
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