Diss Train Station Parking
Information about Parking in Diss Train Station
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Diss Train Station is situated in the town of Diss in Norfolk. It is located between Stowmarket to the south and Norwich to the north. The train station is part of the Great Eastern Main Line in the East of England. Diss Train Station has frequent rail services to and from local destinations and further afield. There is a Ticket Office that is open from Monday to Friday from 6:05am to 7:25pm, on Saturdays from 7:15am to 3:20pm, and on Sundays from 9am to 6:25pm. There is a self-service ticket machine available for those times when the ticket office is closed. There is step free access to each platform, but travellers should be aware that it is a long walking route from the ticket office to the Norwich bound platform if you cannot use the stepped footbridge between platforms. There is a shorter route that can be used with staff assistance, via a barrow crossing across the track.
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Diss Train Station Parking Statistics
4.8 out of 5 stars
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Parking at Diss Train Station
Diss Train Station parking requires a little advance planning to ensure a hassle free experience.
Diss Train Station parking is available in the station car park, which offers 326 parking bays. The car park is open 24 hours a day, every day of the week. A daily ticket costs £7.50. Parking at off peak times is slightly cheaper, at £5. Off peak times are after 4pm on Monday to Friday. Regular travelers can purchase a weekly parking ticket for £30, a monthly parking ticket for £115, or even an annual pass for £1152.
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Diss Train Station Airport parking
The nearest major airport to Diss Train Station is London Stansted Airport. There are a range of parking options on site, including long-stay and short-stay. Parking at London Stansted airport can be expensive, and as such, travellers and airport employees like to use alternative options for airport parking. You may want to consider browsing the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available within easy access to the airport.
Diss is a delightful market town, located close to Norfolk’s border with Suffolk. There are lots of things to see and do in the area. One highlight is the award winning community museum, Diss Museum, where you can find out about the history of the area. Another attraction in the area is Diss Mere, a local lake that is popular with fishermen.
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Diss Train Station is well connected to regional and national services. The train services are run by Greater Anglia and the station is located on the Great Eastern Main Line.
There are a number of bus routes that run between Diss Train Station and the surrounding local area, providing frequent bus services.
Disabled Parking in Diss Train Station
The Blue Badge scheme is for people with severe mobility problems or those who are registered blind. Blue Badge holders can park in the designated disabled parking bays in Diss Train Station car park. You must ensure that you display your Blue Badge.
There are three electric vehicle charging points available close to Diss Train Station. They can be found at the following locations:
- Weavers Court, Diss, IP22 4QH
- Bressingham Steam Museum, Low Road, Diss, IP22 2AA
- English Electric Motor Co, Church Road Redgrave, Diss, IP22 1RJ
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Diss Train Station parking is available 24 hours a day on every day of the week, so overnight parking is possible. Parking charges are the same on all days of the week, although an off peak parking ticket is slightly cheaper. Off peak times are after 4pm on Monday to Friday.
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Is there overnight parking available at Diss Train Station?
The Diss Train Station car park is open 24 hours a day, so it is possible to park here overnight.
Do I need to apply for a Blue Badge to park in a disabled parking bay?
Yes, you do. Remember to always display your Blue Badge clearly to avoid hefty fines.
Is the ticket office at Diss Train Station open 24 hours a day?
No, the ticket office is only open at certain times. It is open on Monday to Friday from 6:05am to 7:25pm, on Saturdays from 7:15am to 3:20pm, and on Sundays from 9am to 6:25pm. At times when the ticket office is closed, there is a self service ticket machine available at the station for passengers to buy and collect their tickets.
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Latest Diss Train Station parking reviews
Good value for money, I booked it from a recommendation from another person, it is on the road that leads up to the station, which is right beside the car park oners shop so you can not miss it! I left my booking confirmation in the window but you do not have to as they can check your booking and registration online, there is a number to ring if you have any questions or if it is in shop opening hours when you arrive you can pop in and speak to the car park oner in person.Patrick
Easy to find, 2 minute walk to the station. Exactly what the advert states. Will use againKellie
Excellent place to park Thought it was good value for money NCP did not want to know for a couple of days parkingMaria
No problem finding a space.easy to book,very reasonable price.I will be recommending this to others.Vivienne
Easy and convenient Very dusty parking so don't wash car before you park. I will probably use again.Michelle
Easy to find easy to use what not to like !S
Easy to find. Close to the station. No problems.Michele
The location is easy to find, being on the approach road to Diss railway station. Parking space is very limited (hence only 4 stars) and shared with the vehicles of those visiting, or working in, the attached commercial premises. I spoke to a member of staff on arrival and at the end of my parking period and he was courteous and helpful. Subject to the space caveat above, I recommend the Little Movers site and I will certainly be using it again myself.Anthony
Good parking space. Easy to find on the approach road. Will use again.Ian holloway