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Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station is both a tram stop and railway station that is in the centre of Birmingham. It was opened to the public in 1852 and between 1972 and 1987 it closed. The majority of the trains that use the station are services to local areas, with some trains running to London Marylebone. Every year around 4.5 million people will pass through the station using its services.
With YourParkingSpace you can reserve parking near Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station, such as parking for the day, good value overnight car parking, or a space on a monthly basis. By pre-booking you guarantee yourself a parking space & also save a significant amount of cash when compared to many car parks.
If you own an empty driveway space, underground parking spot, or even a lock-up garage in Birmingham then you could be earning money via putting it up for rent. Garages and parking spaces in Birmingham are in demand, such as daily parking spots for visitors to Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station or local residents and commuters in need of long-term car parking.
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Latest Birmingham Snow Hill Station parking reviews
Easy to useLou
quick and easy to use app and very convenientCarol
easy to book, easy to find in a great and safe locationRamatoulie
Excellent parking. very secure and reasonably price. 2 minutes from our hotel.Sonal
Parked anywhere in Tesco so was easy.Dave
Excellent. Great value for weekend parking.Graham
All good apart from exit and entrance are very tight.Yasir
Great parking would park here again. Could just do with some signs how to get out on foot.Beth