Four Lane Ends Parking
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The Four Lane Ends Station, also known as the Four Lane Ends Interchange, is just 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne. It services the Yellow Metro line and has a bus stop outside which services bus lines 6, 7, 8, 62, 63, and 555. It also has a multi-storey car park, bicycle storage, an ATM, toilets, phone, and Amazon lockers. There is also a sandwich shop, a vape shop, and a newsagent at the station. There are 475 parking spaces in the car park, as well as space to store 50 bikes. Five lockers for bikes with space to store 18 bikes in the corridor behind the shops.
Newcastle upon Tyne is a city about 50 minutes’ drive from Middlesbrough. It is home to around 300,000 people and it is home to local icons such as Newcastle Castle, the Life Science Centre, Discovery Museum, Utilita Arena Newcastle, the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, and St. James’ Park Stadium.
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Parking at Four Lane Ends
You will find parking at Four Lane Ends in the on-site multi-storey car park. There are 475 spaces in total, including 22 accessible spaces. The cost of Four Lane Ends parking is £1.00 per day, and free after 5pm and on Sundays. Parking is also free for blue badge holders.
There is also a car park at the Benton underground station which has 10 spaces in total, including 2 accessible parking spaces. This car park is free to use.
The Quarry Park car park has 18 parking spaces, and between the hours of 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, you can park for up to 2 hours. Outside of these hours, you can park without any time restrictions.
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If you take a quick trip into the city centre, you’ll find an abundance of things to see and do.
Newcastle Castle dates back to the 1170s and offers stunning views over the city and river. There is a grassy area around The Black Gate where you can enjoy a picnic lunch in the sun. There are guided tours of the castle, and it also hosts events like film nights, live music, talks, and theatre.
Grainger Market is a popular market in a historic market hall, where you will find more than 100 stalls selling fresh produce, meat, and vintage goods. It has a convenient Heat & Eat service, so you can take your favourite treats home to eat later. The market first began in 1835 and today has a delivery feature with boxes of fruits, vegetables and salads available from local grocers.
The Discovery Museum has exhibits on local maritime history and is also the home of the British Film Institute's archive. The museum is the home of the Turbinia, a 34-metre steam-powered ship that used to be the fastest ship in the world. There is an exhibition called the Newcastle Story which tells the story of Newcastle Story Upon Tyne, and there is also an interactive Science Maze.
The intu Eldon Square is a shopping centre that has 93 stores and 28 places to eat, with places like Apple, The Body Shop, Boots, Claire’s, Costa Coffee, Frankie & Benny’s, KFC, Krispy Kreme, Levi’s, Lush, Nando’s, Nespresso, Pandora, Samsung, Skechers, Sky, Specsavers, Starbucks, Superdry, Swarovski, Tesco, Topshop, and Vodafone.
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By Car: Four Lane Ends Station is on the intersection of Benton Lane and Benton Park Road in the Benton area just north of the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne.
By Plane: The Newcastle International Airport is a 20-minute drive from Four Lane Ends Station.
Disabled Parking at Four Lane Ends
There are 22 accessible parking spaces within the Four Lane Ends Station car park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Four Lane Ends Station, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
There are two electric charging stations at Four Lane Ends Station.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Parking is free at Four Lane Ends Station after 5pm and on Sundays.
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Where is Four Lane Ends Station located?
Four Lane Ends Station is on the intersection of Benton Lane and Benton Park Road in the Benton area just north of the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne.
What other services does the station have?
Four Lane Ends Station has a multi-storey car park, bicycle storage, an ATM, toilets, phone, and Amazon lockers. There is also a sandwich shop, a vape shop, and a newsagent at the station.
What is there to do in the city centre?
The centre of Newcastle upon Tyne is about 10 minutes’ drive away and is home to the historic Newcastle Castle which is over 900 years old, as well as the Discovery Museum, the Grainger Market, and the Utilita Arena Newcastle.
What services run at Four Lane Ends Station?
Four Lane Ends Station services the Yellow underground line, and the following bus lines: 6, 7, 8, 62, 63, and 555.
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