Northallerton Station Parking
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Northallerton train station lies on the mainline of the East Coast and operates for the small North Yorkshire market town of Northallerton in the district of Hambleton. The train station is controlled by TransPennie Express (TPE) from Manchester airport to Middlesbrough and Liverpool Lime Street and Newcastle. Also supplying trains on the London North Eastern Railway (LNER) between London King’s Cross and Edinburgh and Grand Central (GC) between London’s Kings Cross and Sunderland.
During the week and on Saturdays, three TPE trains an hour run, southbound to Manchester via places such as Huddersfield, Leeds and York and northbound to Redcar via Middlesbrough. Two trains an hour run to Newcastle with one carrying on to Edinburgh Waverley. LNE Trains between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverly stop twice an hour every day at Northallerton station, and services from between London King’s Cross and Sunderland on the GC lines stopping at the station 5 times a day.
Northallerton train station was first launched in 1841 by the Great North of England Railway. In 1986 the station was totally renovated due to the demolishment of some buildings on the ‘up’ side of the train line. In 1991 the railway line through the station of Northallerton became electrified. This was accomplished by British Rail.
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4.8 out of 5 stars
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Parking at Northallerton station
The Northallerton station long stay car park (DL7 8AN) which is on Boroughbridge Road provides 131 car parking spaces, with 10 disabled spaces on offer for blue badge holders. It is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week (Monday to Sunday). Parking for disabled blue badge holders is not free and a payment for a ticket needs to be purchased. All necessary documentation needs to be displayed in their vehicles at all times and they should be parked in specific spaces/bays.
Monday to Sunday (including bank holidays):
- Daily charge: £4.80 (ends at midnight)
- Weekly charge: £22.00
- Monthly charge: £68.00
- Three Month charge: £182.00
- Annual charge: £545.00
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Northallerton Station can be reached from various cities in the North of England including the main ones; Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle. It also has daily direct services to London Kings Cross. All these train stations have direct trains across the whole of the UK, making Northallerton easily reachable.
The buses 54, 73, 80, 89, X80, X89, 170, 856 all stop at Northallerton station, where the car park is located and come from various towns and cities within the North Yorkshire region.
See the North Yorkshire Government page for any information on journey planning, times and prices.
Northallerton and towns train station is cushioned between the A roads: A1 and the A19. Both roads present superb road links throughout the region.
The A1 runs a direct route from London to the North East.
From the North West use the M62 onto the A1.
From the Midlands M1.
From the South and South West the M4, M5, M40.
Sat nav postcode for the station: DL7 8AN
Leeds Bradford Airport (LS19 7TU) is an hour drive away from Northallerton station.
Disabled Parking at Northallerton station
There are 10 disabled spaces for blue badge holders. These spaces are located closest to the entrance to the station and are wide enough for wheelchairs to be taken from cars without getting in the way of other vehicles. Parking is not free in the station car park for blue badge holders and a flat rate charge of £4.80 for the day is required.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Northallerton station, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Northallerton. The closest ones to Northallerton station are:
- Crosby Road Car park (DL6 1TR)
- Barkers Home (DL7 8UB)
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
Northallerton Station car park is open seven days a week, including weekends (Saturday and Sunday) and has a charge of £4.80 for the whole day. The same charge applies on all bank holidays. Overnight parking is available, the charge of £4.80 will reoccur at midnight. Tickets should be displayed at all times.
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Is there a ticket machine at Northallerton Station?
Yes, the station has ticket machines (at wheelchair height too), where you can buy or collect prepaid tickets.
What is the address for Northallerton Station?
It is: Northallerton station, Boroughbridge Road, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8AN
Can you park for free at Northallerton Station?
No there is no free parking at Northallerton Station, a standard day charge of £4.80 is required for all those who choose to park there.
Can I get to London from Northallerton Station?
Yes, there are daily direct trains to London Kings Cross Station, which takes around 2 hours and 20 minutes.
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Latest Northallerton Station parking reviews
It was not clear which spaces could be used, or if I could use any one, so I had a tense time on the way back to the car wondering if I would get a fine. Otherwise a great experience and very helpful. I'll be using this app instead of just park in the futureBrian
Very easy and only a short walk to the station,albeit wirh main roads to cross.John
A convenient location with a friendly and helpful space owner. I was delayed by storm Ciara and overstayed my time-slot, but this did not cause a problem. I would certainly use the space again if travelling by train from Northallerton.Patrick John
Very easy to find. Big driveway to park on and felt safe leaving my car there over the weekend. It’s about a 15 minute walk to the train station which is good or a quick taxi ride for less than 5 pounds. Would recommend this space as it’s on a big residential road with lots of neighbours so a good place to leave your car. Will definitely be using again.Rebecca
I got somewhat muddled. The postcode was incomplete so was unsure I had reached the correct destination. There was no name to indicate that I had arrived at the right place and also it was a pay and display car park. It was only when I received your request for a review with a photo of the entrance that I realised I had been to the correct place after all. Fortunately there was a space in the railway car park but had to pay £4.80, having already paid £2.50 to you. However now I know where you are I shall book in advance if I travel from Northallerton again.CLARE