Fallowfield Station Parking
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The railway reached Fallowfield in 1891, and Fallowfield Station opened on the 1st of October. The station closed to passengers in July of 1958, but the railway line was still used for another 30 years by freight and express trains. Today, the main building of the station is home to the Great Central, a pub with TV screens, Wi-Fi, and a licensed outdoor area. Most of the station has been demolished and is now the site of the Fallowfield Sainsbury’s Superstore.
The Great Central is open from 8am to 11:30pm, Sunday to Thursday, and then from 8am to 12:30am on Friday and Saturday. It offers plenty of breakfast options, with American-style and classic English breakfasts, with vegan and vegetarian options. For lunch and dinner, it has a wide range of meals including gourmet burgers, salads, pasta, pizza, curries, fish and chips, and other pub classics. There is a children’s menu, as well as a Fish Friday and a Sunday Brunch.
The Fallowfield Sainsbury’s Superstore is open from 8am to 11pm, Monday to Friday, from 8am to 10pm on Saturday, and 11am to 5pm on Sundays. It has a café, pharmacy, ATM, accessible toilets, free Wi-Fi, self-checkouts, and Click & Collect, as well as a car park.
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Parking at Fallowfield Station
You’ll find free Fallowfield Station parking at the Fallowfield Sainsbury’s Superstore, which has its own car park. There are 150 spaces in total, and you can park here for up to 3 hours at a time. The car park is open from 8am to 11pm, Monday to Friday, from 8am to 10pm on Saturday, and 11am to 5pm on Sundays.
There is also free parking at the Mauldeth Road train station. The car park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and has 20 parking spaces in total.
Another option is the car park at Platt Fields Park which is accessible on Langley Road, just off Wilmslow Road. During events, part of the park will be used for paid events.
A little closer to the city centre is the Aquatic Centre car park on Booth Street East. There are 999 car parks here, with 32 disabled parking spaces. This car park is open daily from 6am to midnight, and the cost of this parking is as follows:
- 2 hours: £2.50
- 2 to 4 hours: £4.20
- 4 to 9 hours: £6.00
- 9 to 24 hours: £10.00
You can buy a season ticket for this car park which will cost you as little as £6.17 per day.
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By Train: The Mauldeth Road train station is a 17-minute walk from Fallowfield Station and services the Transpennine Express and northern lines.
By Bus: Several bus lines run by Fallowfield Station, including 41, 42, 42A, 42B, 42C, 43, 142, 13, 147, 743, and 750.
By Car: The site of Fallowfield Station is located at the intersection of Ladybarn Road and Wilmslow Road in Fallowfield, just off the A6010. It’s about 15 minutes’ drive from the centre of Manchester.
By Tram: The West Didsbury tram station is a 5-minute walk from the site of Fallowfield Station and services the pink line.
Disabled Parking at Fallowfield Station
You will find accessible parking at Fallowfield Station in the Fallowfield Sainsbury’s Superstore car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Fallowfield Station, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
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Where is Fallowfield Station located?
Fallowfield Station is closed, but the main building is still in use as the Great Central pub. The rest of the station was demolished and is now the site of the Fallowfield Sainsbury’s Superstore. They’re at the intersection of Ladybarn Road and Wilmslow Road.
What sort of food does the Great Central pub offer?
The Great Central has a wide range of food, including American-style and classic English breakfasts, gourmet burgers, salads, pasta, pizza, curries, fish and chips, and other pub classics. There is a children’s menu, as well as a Fish Friday and a Sunday Brunch. There are also options for vegetarians and vegans.
What extra facilities does the Fallowfield Sainsbury’s Superstore offer?
It has a café, pharmacy, ATM, accessible toilets, free Wi-Fi, self-checkouts, and Click & Collect. There is also a free car park where you can park for up to 3 hours.
What else is there to do nearby?
Platt Fields Park is just a quick walk north, and it has a boating lake, walking trails, sports fields, an orchard, gardens, tennis courts, bowling greens, skateboarding park, children’s play areas, and a BMX track. A little further north of that is the Whitworth Art Gallery, surrounded by Whitworth Park. There, you can enjoy works by William Blake, John Robert Cozens, William Turner, and Van Gogh. The outdoor art garden hosts a range of free outdoor events, such as Welly Walks and messy play sessions for kids, as well as self-guided walking trails.
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