Lawrence Hill Station Parking
Information about Parking in Lawrence Hill Station
Lawrence Hill Station is a railway station that is managed by Great Western Railway and it serves Lawrence Hill and Easton that are in Bristol. The station is around 1 mile away from Bristol Temple Meads and it was opened for the first time in 1863. There are two platforms for all services in the station and each year around 60,000 people will use the station.
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If you own an empty driveway space, secure off-street space, or secure lock-up in Lawrence Hill Station then you could make cash by letting it out. Car parking spaces close to Lawrence Hill Station can be let out, such as daily parking for visitors to Lawrence Hill Station or local residents and commuters who need monthly parking.
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Lawrence Hill Station Parking Statistics
4.4 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Lawrence Hill Station
By YourParkingSpace drivers for Lawrence Hill Station spaces
1000 parking spaces
Available for drivers visiting Lawrence Hill Station
What facilities are available at Lawrence Hill Station?
Nearby facilities include Iceland and Lidl supermarkets, as well as several nearby pubs such as The Swan and the Russell Arms. The station itself has limited facilities and there are no toilets or waiting rooms.
Is there an official Lawrence Hill Station car park?
No, there is no station car park.
How many people pass through Lawrence Hill Station each year?
Around 60,000 people will use the services at this station each year.
Does Lawrence Hill Station have a ticket office?
No, there is no ticket office at this station.
Does Lawrence Hill Station have step free access?
Platform 1 can be accessed step free via the nearby supermarket car park. There is only stepped access to Platform 2, via a step bridge.
Are there toilets at Lawrence Hill Station?
No, Lawrence Hill does not have toilets available for passengers.
What is the address for Lawrence Hill Station?
The address for Lawrence Hill Station is Church Hill, Lawrence Hill, City of Bristol, BS5 9JJ.
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Latest Lawrence Hill Station parking reviews
The area can be seen as a bit dodgy but the car parking is secureStuart
There is no fob so you have to press the buzzer and speak to security to open the gate. I had other people parking in my allocated space initially which was frustrating. There was always alternative space to park in. If the security guard is away, you will have to wait for them to return to grant you access. Nice location with easy access to the shops in the city centre.Zaheer Ahmad
Ideal location for the nearby ibis, easy to get into and out of the space. Great communication from space owner. Hopefully this one will be available when we visit Bristol next!Leila
Can't complain about the parking, directions were good and clear - easy to operate the locking mechanism and reasonably priced.Richard
Perfect spot - very convenient, will definitely be backCarmen
The parking was easy to find. It is located in a fairly rough-looking area with signs that homeless people had been sleeping inside. However, the keypad entry and roller door were working well and there were at least a couple of spaces free.Daniel