Macclesfield Train Station Parking
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The Macclesfield Train Station is located on Waters Green, right in the Macclesfield town centre. The ticket office is open on Monday to Friday from 5:45am to 6:30pm, on Saturday from 6:15am to 6:30pm, and on Sunday from 8am to 5:30pm. It services the Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry and northern lines, and also has its own bus stop and taxi rank.
The station also has bike storage available. The stands and wheel racks are free to use, and there are also lockers available for a small fee. You will be able to access free Wi-Fi while at the station, and you’ll find accessible bathrooms on platform 1.
While you’re at the station, you can purchase a PlusBus ticket. This ticket allows you unlimited bus and tram travel at your destination for the rest of the day. Prices start from as little as just £2, and if you carry a National Railcard, you’ll also save a third off Adult PlusBus day tickets.
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Parking near the Macclesfield Train Station
You will find parking at the Macclesfield Train Station in the Upper Station Car Park. There are 19 spaces available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
There are plenty of other options for Macclesfield Train Station parking in the town centre. The following locations are all the council-run car parks in the area:
- Broken Cross, SK11 8TU (free)
- Christchurch, SK11 6PW (pay, long stay)
- Churchill Way, SK11 6AY (pay, long stay)
- Commercial Road, SK10 2QJ (pay, long stay)
- Duke Street, SK11 6UR (pay, long stay)
- Exchange Street, SK11 6UZ (pay, long stay)
- Gas Road, SK11 6JP (pay, long stay)
- Grosvenor Multi-storey, SK11 6AY (pay, long stay)
- Hibel Road, SK10 2AB
- Jordangate Multi-Storey, SK10 1EE (pay, long stay)
- Kennedy Avenue, SK10 3ET (free)
- Old Library, SK11 7NA (pay, long stay)
- Park Green, SK11 7NH (pay, long stay)
- Parsonage Street, SK11 7LY (pay, long stay)
- Pickford Street, SK11 6JD (pay, long stay)
- Princes Way, SK11 8UB (Free)
- Sunderland Street, SK11 6JP (pay, long stay)
- Town Hall, SK10 1EA, (pay, 30-minute maximum stay Monday - Friday)
- Town Hall, SK10 1EA, (pay, long stay Saturday and bank holidays only)
- Waters Green, SK11 6JZ (pay, long stay)
- Whalley Hayes, SK10 1BS (pay, long stay)
The council also operates a car park at the Macclesfield Train Station. The cost of this parking is as follows:
- 0 - 1 hour: £0.70
- 1 - 2 hours: £1.10
- 2 - 3 hours: £2.20
- 3 - 4 hours: £3.20
- 4 - 6 hours: £4.00
- 6 - 10 hours: £7.50
- 1 - 2 days: £15
- 2 - 3 days (maximum): £22.50
Alternatively, you can browse the options available at YourParkingSpace. We have short term and long term options available near the Macclesfield Train Station.
The Macclesfield Museums area a collection of four museums that tell the story of Macclesfield and the silk industry. The Silk Museum, Paradise Mill, West Park Museum, and The Old Sunday School are spread across town and are managed by the Macclesfield Silk Heritage Trust. As well as learning about the history of the town, you’ll be able to learn about Ancient Egypt at the Silk Museum, and take a guided tour of Europe’s largest known collection of Jacquard silk handlooms at the Paradise Mill.
The Macclesfield Golf Club is home to the second-oldest golf club in the Cheshire area. The club moved to this site in 1901 and has been here ever since. Visitors are more than welcome to come and play on the grounds, and Thursdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays are their main competition days.
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By Bus: Several bus lines stop at the bus stop outside the station, including 2, 2A, 3, 4, 9, 10, 14, 19, 21, 21A, 58, 88, 109, 130 Sapphire, 391 and 392.
By Car: Macclesfield Train Station is located on Waters Green, just off where the A523 and A537 meet.
Disabled Parking near Macclesfield Train Station
You will find several options for disabled parking near Macclesfield Train Station around the town. The following car parks offer accessible parking:
- Christ Church Car Park: 4 spaces
- Commercial Road Car Park: 2 spaces
- Duke Street Car Park: 5 spaces
- Exchange Street Car Park: 10 spaces
- Grosvenor Multi-storey Car Park: 20 spaces
- Hibel Road Car Park: 1 space
- Jordangate Multi-Storey Car Park: 11 spaces
- Macclesfield Railway Station Car Park: 6 spaces
- Old Library Car Park: 1 space
- Park Green Car Park: 1 space
- Pickford Street Car Park: 5 spaces
- Sunderland Street Car Park: 2 spaces
- Town Hall Car Park: 7 spaces
- Whalley Hayes Car Park: 3 spaces
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Macclesfield Train Station, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There is an electric charging unit at the Hyundai Macclesfield, just outside of the town centre.
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
All parking is free in council-run car parks on Sundays, and charges apply on all bank holidays except for Christmas Day.
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Where is Macclesfield Train Station located?
The Macclesfield Train Station sits on Waters Green, right in amongst the town centre.
What accessibility features does the Macclesfield Train Station offer?
The station has staff available on Monday to Friday from 5:30am to 12:15am, on Saturday from 5:30am to 12:15am, and Sunday from 7:30am to midnight. There are also ramps to train access, lifts to the platforms, and wheelchairs available for passengers to use.
What is a PlusBus ticket?
It’s a ticket that allows you unlimited bus and tram travel at your destination for the rest of the day. Prices start from as little as just £2, and if you carry a National Railcard, you’ll also save a third off Adult PlusBus day tickets.
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Latest Macclesfield Train Station parking reviews
This is a good parking space with plenty of manoeuvring room off a quiet cul-de-sac. It is handy for Macclesfield station (about 15 minutes downhill to the station but a little longer uphill on the way back). The owner was in when we arrived and was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely use this space again for train trips from Macclesfield. Pleasant Street is quite narrow, so the turning off Hurdsfield Road is easy to miss. It is just a bit uphill from the Flower Pot pub (same side) and Holy Trinity Church (opposite side).John
Very friendly helpful couple...good communication... plenty of space to park.... short walk to railway station... We didn't find it initially but we don't have sat nav & we're new to the site. But would highly recommend & use again.Rosie
No problems as long as you remember the spot is behind Rodney Street approached from Vincent streetJohn
Excellent space, convenient and well marked, owner could not have been more helpful. Would definitely use again.Tom
Easy to find, good quiet space, about 15 min walk from stationAnita