Pegswood railway station is a small railway station on the south east edge of Pegswood village in Northumberland, England. It is on the East Coast Main Line so a wide variety of trains pass through the station but very few stop there.
The station is served by Northern Rail – two southbound trains and one northbound train call at the station each day on Mondays to Saturdays. There is no service on Sundays. Access to the platforms is via sloping tarmacadamed footpaths, and transfer between the north- and southbound platforms is provided by the road overbridge (ECM7-77) at the north end of the station.
The station has featured in one of Bill Bryson's books – the author took the train to Pegswood before walking to Ashington.