Newton Aycliffe recovered from their weekend defeat at Morpeth to bag a hard-earned point at derby rivals Shildon on Wednesday night.
The Newtonians could have taken the points if they had put a couple of late chances away.
The first 20 minutes were equal, as both sides tried to prise an opening. Shildon had the first real chance from a free-kick, but keeper James Winter was equal to it.
The Blues had slightly the better of the remainder of the half, and had a chance when Matty Pennal got away down the right and got his cross in, but the Railwaymen managed to scramble the ball away.
Sean Tarling got a shot away, following a good team move, but home keeper Liversedge made the save.
Paul Weldon was unlucky on 40 minutes when his free-kick hit the bar, and the Railwaymen did well to block the follow-up shot.
The Railwaymen had the better of the second half possession, but the Newtonians dug deep and created good chances on the break. Andrew Grant-Soulsby marshalled the defence well.
Kurt Matthews broke away on 82 minutes, but failed to put the chance away when one-on-one with Liversedge.
In the first minute of injury time, Matty Pennal got through one-on-one with Liversedge, but he too failed to beat the keeper.
Shildon had the last chance of the match from a Robson free-kick, but Winter pushed his shot away.
Aycliffe hope to build on the point when they entertain ninth-placed Ryhope at Moore Lane Park on Saturday.